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COVID update: Night curfew in Kerala from tonight - Malls, cinemas to shut by 7.30 pm

DNA Tuesday, 20 April 2021 ()
No gatherings of any kind will be permitted between 9 PM to 5 AM for the next two weeks.
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As COVID cases are on uphill across country, several states have announced night curfew and partial lockdown. Police officials were on strict vigil in Kochi amid 2-week night curfew in the state. The decision was taken by a core committee of COVID-19 management headed, by the Kerala Chief Secretary,...

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