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Kerala New Guidelines: Kerala relaxes Corona restrictions, theaters will open from October 25; Increased number of guests at weddings

Those who come to attend classes should be vaccinated with both doses.

Kerala New Guidelines: The Kerala government has decided to announce more relaxations including opening of cinema halls from October 25 during a Covid analysis meeting chaired by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Saturday. It was also decided during the meeting that from next Monday, all colleges will open for final year students, while regular classes for all students will start from October 18.Also Read – Coronavirus cases In India: 24,534 people got infected in one day, 197 people died, Kerala model failed

Those who come to attend classes should be vaccinated with both doses. However, theaters will be allowed to operate with 50 percent seating capacity and all staff and those coming to watch movies should have both the corona vaccines. Also Read – Retaliation: 10-day quarantine mandatory for travelers coming from UK to India

In respect of weddings, it has been decided to increase the number of guests from 20 to 50 and Gram Sabha can also be called, but the Kovid protocol will have to be followed. A statement said that after testing 96,835 samples in the last 24 hours, 13,217 people were infected with corona on Saturday and the test positivity rate was 13.64 percent. Also Read – Durga Puja: Relaxation in Night Curfew during Durga Puja in Bengal, but devotees will not be allowed to know inside the pandal

14,437 people were found negative during the day, while there were 1,41,155 active cases with 11 per cent patients admitted in hospitals. There were also 121 Kovid deaths taking the total death count to 25,303. On the vaccination front, 92.6 per cent (2.47 crore) of the population above 18 years have received a single dose, of which 41.5 per cent have received both doses.

(Input IANS)

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