Coronavirus cases in Kerala: Tamil Nadu and Karnataka take strict actions as Covid-19 cases surge in Kerala

Publish Date: 02 Aug, 2021 |
 

Coronavirus cases in Kerala:

The speculations about the third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic arriving in India has become a constant topic, as the state of Kerala is reporting around 20,000 Covid-19 cases each day which is around half of the total coronavirus cases of the country. 

As per the reports, the positivity rate in Kerala has reached at 12.31%, while the total active cases of the Covid-19 virus in the country are above 4 lakhs. While considering the increasing coronavirus cases in the country, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu have started taking strict actions to reduce the contamination and keep the situation of Covid-19 under control. The preventive measures against the increasing Covid-19 cases Tamil Nadu and Karnataka have taken strict actions which are: 

The people traveling from Kerala to Tamil Nadu and Karnataka will now have to submit their recent negative RT PCR report, or else, they won’t be allowed to enter the state, even if they are vaccinated with both the doses of Covid-19 vaccine.

While Tamil Nadu is allowing people who only have their recent negative RT PCR report or have their certificates of a single dose of vaccine.

Moreover, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka are also testing people from Kerala at airports and bus stands too.

 

 

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