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Covid-19 regulations in Kerala extended till July 2021


Team Udayavani, Jul 5, 2020, 9:01 PM IST

Thiruvananthapuram: The Kerala government on Sunday, July 5 issued a notification extending the COVID-19 regulations for the next one year i.e till July 2021 or till further government direction.

Wearing of masks, social distancing is a must till July 2021.

The norms as per the new regulations known as ‘Kerala Epidemic Disease Corona Virus Disease (Covid-19) Additional Regulations, 2020’ are listed below:

Everyone should wear a face mask or face cover in public places. Wearing mask in workplaces is also a must. Everyone must cover their face while travelling in a vehicle.

Strict maintenance of social distancing at public place is necessary to curb the virus spread.

A maximum of 50 people will be allowed for marriage celebrations in Kerala. All persons in such ceremonies shall use sanitizer, wear face cover and shall keep a social distance of six feet between them. The organisers of marriage function shall provide sanitisers to all the attendees.

For the funeral of non-COVID-19 patients, up to 20 people will be permitted. For deaths related to coronavirus infection, the standing instructions issued by the central government and state government shall be complied.

Written permission from local authority is necessary for any social gathering. The maximum participants in such social gathering shall not exceed ten persons. Face mask and social distancing norms must be strictly followed in any social gathering.

Spitting is strictly prohibited in public places.

People who want to come to Kerala from other states/Union Territories must furnish details as prescribed in web enabled COVID-19 Jagratha e-platform. This has been established by the state government for contact tracing, ensuring quarantine and other measures to combat the spread of infection.

Maximum people inside a shop should not exceed 20, depending on the size of the room. Owner of the shop shall provide sanitizer to customers.

The regular operation of inter-state stage carriage road transport from and to Kerala by public and private sectors shall remain suspended.

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