Kerala eases Covid-19 restrictions and allows full occupancy of theatres, bars, clubs and hotels

0

District-level restrictions based on the number of people hospitalized are also being lifted. (Representative image: PTI)

In an order on Sunday, the government allowed bars, hotels, clubs, restaurants and eateries to also operate amid full occupancy.

  • PTI
  • Last update:February 27, 2022, 11:29 p.m. HST
  • FOLLOW US ON:

As the number of COVID-19 cases has declined in the state, the Kerala government has lifted some restrictions and decided to allow 100% occupancy of theaters. In an order on Sunday, the government allowed bars, hotels, clubs, restaurants and eateries to also operate amid full occupancy.

The order says government and semi-government offices can hold offline meetings or trainings, if necessary. District-level restrictions based on the number of people hospitalized are also being lifted.

The government had authorized the National Disaster Management Authority to divide districts into three groups – A, B and C – based on the number of people admitted to hospitals and imposed restrictions accordingly. As cases showed a decline, the state administration opened schools, colleges and nurseries. Today, the state recorded 2,524 new COVID-19 infections, bringing the total to 64,97,204 so far.

Read all the latest Assembly news, breaking news and live updates here.

Share.

Comments are closed.