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Collector warns of action against protocol violators | Kochi News – Times of India

Kochi: In view of Bakrid, district collector Jafar Malik has urged the public to follow Covid-19 protocols. Stringent steps will be initiated against who are found violating the protocols. Police patrolling will be strengthened. Only those who took at least the first dose of vaccine should venture out and others should refrain from stepping out of their houses, he said.
People should come forward after Bakrid to undergo Covid tests. Surveillance will be strengthened in local bodies where more micro containment zones have been announced, the collector added
Domiciliary care centres (DCCs), which are currently functioning, will not be closed. A special meeting of local bodies where rapid response teams are weak will be convened, he added.
Meanwhile, the number of vacant beds available for Covid treatment in the district dipped to 2,929 on Tuesday from 3,082 on Monday. In 11 government hospitals, 1,383 beds are available and 528 patients are under treatment. Besides, 855 beds are also…

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