Citing the coronavirus outbreak in the state, Kerala government has made it a must for people to follow COVID-19 safety guidelines for a year. The state has registered over 5,000 coronavirus cases since the outbreak. The southern state reported the first coronavirus case in India on January 30.
The citizens of Kerala have to follow COVID-19 guidelines for the next one year. Here are the norms
1) Everyone should wear a face mask or face cover in public places. Wearing mask in workplaces is also a must.
2) Strict maintenance of social distance at public place is necessary to curb the virus spread.
3) A maximum of 50 people will be allowed for marriage celebrations in Kerala.
4) For the funeral of non-COVID-19 patients, up to 20 people will be permitted.
5) For any social gathering, the permission from local authority will be required.
6) Spitting in public places will be strictly prohibited.
7) Those who are coming to Kerala from other states for travelling, need to register themselves via Kerala government’s Jagratha e-platform. However, a pass is not required for inter-state travel.
8) Up to 20 people will be allowed any shops across the state to maintain social-distancing norms.