Thiruvananthapuram: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said that places of worship will be opened first when the best conditions arise. We will look at the situation this week and see if further concessions can be granted. The matter will be reviewed on Wednesday. The government does not want the shrine to be closed.
Haircuts are only allowed in beauty parlors. The possibility of a Covid third wave should be taken into account as predicted by many experts. The third wave can be prevented by being vigilant as a community.
Restrictions must be carried forward without compromise. Care should be taken to wear a double mask, to avoid even small gatherings, and to take precautions indoors as well as in public places. Engagement and crowds should be avoided. Extreme caution should be exercised in shops and workplaces.
There are still some shortcomings in the certificate issue of those going abroad. Action will be taken to resolve them immediately. In the case of vaccine registration, the assistance of others may be required in the case of persons with disabilities, senior citizens, the visually impaired and the illiterate. Volunteers should come to the residence and help them.
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Strong action will be taken in cases where students are not admitted to the online class for non-payment of fees. The Department of Public Instruction has directed to take strict action against such educational institutions. The CM also said that arrangements will be made to conduct the PSC examinations without interruption.
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