Centre may use NDMA to issue orders to states as Kerala, northeast states see Covid spike
The Centre may consider using the National Disaster Management Act to issue directions to states where Covid positivity rates are high unless the situation changes for the better and central advisories to restrict movement are followed in areas currently recording worrying levels of infections.
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