New Delhi: Kerala government on Monday imposed lockdown-like restrictions to curb the spread of COVID-19 in the state, reports news agency ANI. All social, political, cultural and religious functions/ gatherings are prohibited until further orders, the Kerala Government said in an order. All shops excluding medical stores are to be closed by 7.30 P.M. Hotels and restaurants will remain open for only take-aways and home delivery till 9 P.M.Also Read - Kerala Lifts All COVID-19 Curbs; Face Masks to Continue. Details Here
Cinema halls, malls, gyms, clubs, sports complexes, swimming pools, entertainment parks and bars will remain shut, until further orders. Only essential and emergency services are permitted on Saturdays and Sundays. Also Read - Kerala Govt Imposes Fresh Curbs In State's Capital Amid Current Covid Situation | Check Guidelines Here
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Kerala on Sunday logged 28,469 COVID-19 cases, which included 45 health workers, pushing the infection tally to 14.05 lakh as the toll mounted to 5,110 with 30 deaths.
(With inputs from ANI)