People without a mask and social distance; Stalin warns of another lockdown

Stand out:

  • Tamil Nadu’s Chief Minister Warns
  • Kovid must comply with regulations.
  • Lock again if instruction is ignored.

Chennai: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin issued a warning in the wake of the increase in Kovid-19 cases following easing of restrictions. This is the time when more reservations are needed. We need better cooperation from people. He said it would have to go through a complete lockdown again if the proposal was ignored.

People should not go out without wearing a mask as part of Kovid prevention activities. It’s sad to see him come out without a mask. Go out only for the essentials. Care must be taken to wear two masks at such stages. The CM also said that the confinement would have to be declared again in case of unnecessary exits and overcrowding.

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Stalin’s response was to point out the increasing number of Kovid cases in Kerala, Maharashtra, and Tamil Nadu. With restrictions loosening, the number of Kovid-compliant people in the state is increasing. People are reluctant to wear masks in public places. There was also a decrease in maintaining social distance. With this, the government came to the scene with a warning.

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Tamil Nadu had imposed restrictions on Kerala passengers with high Kovid case rates. Tamil Nadu Health Minister Ma. Subramaniam reported on the last day.

The proposals will go into effect on August 5. Waivers are available to those who have received two doses of the vaccine after 14 days. Possession of negative RTPCR test result taken within 72 hours. Those who do not have the test result or the certificate of having received the Kovid vaccine will be checked at the checkpoints. Passengers will be monitored with a thermometer scanner. Those with symptoms of the disease will undergo Kovid tests on the spot.

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