January 2022
9:46 AM IST
News Headlines
Home   | Main News   | Kerala  | National   | International  | Business   | Sports   | Entertainment   | Columns   | Offbeat   | Health   | About Deepika 
Kerala News
People not following Covid measures will not get free treatment: Pinarayi Vijayan
Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Tuesday said individuals not following adequate Covid-19 preventative measures could be barred from receiving free treatment. Vijayan specified that the government will not pay for the treatment of unvaccinated patients who contracted the disease.

Kerala was among the states which saw a large number of cases even as cases reduced in other states during the second wave.The chief minister made the announcement during a Covid-19 review meeting. The government said in a press release that those who failed to get vaccinated due to disease or allergies will have to produce a valid government doctor's certificate.

Vijayan also said that the government directed the state health ministry to organise a special vaccination drive from December 1 to 15 in the state. He also urged the college and school administrators to get vaccinated or produce a government doctor's certificate citing reasons behind not getting vaccinated. He also said that the staff and teachers if they remain unvaccinated they will have to get a negative RT-PCR test every week at their own cost.

He said these rules will also apply to employees working in offices and public places.Vijayan also said that the officials must strengthen vigilance, strictly check travel history of those arriving from abroad, in the state and ensure adherence to the Covid protocols without fail amid omicron variant scare.

Kerala HC bans public meeting of more than 50 people
Kerala reports, 54 new Omicron cases
17 hurt as building crashes in Kerala
Kerala: HC allows to re-examine witnesses in actress sexual assault case
Solar lanterns to 109 tribal families
CPI(M)'s 'praising Chinese policy' courts controversy
Govt committed to implement all dev projects: Pinarayi
Transgender seeks help to file petition for mercy killing
Actor Dileep files anticipatory bail in alleged threatening case
India exports pineapple worth USD 2.68 million in 2020-21
Kerala Health Minister orders probe into kidnapping of newborn baby
Kidnapped new born baby found, woman held
BJP to lead protests against K Rail: K Surendran
Suspension of former IT Secretary M Sivasankar revoked
Kerala: ASI assaulted passenger in train
Vice President visits IAC Vikrant
Discourage sale of milk from other States: Kerala Minister Chinchurani
Kerala logs 44 more Omicron cases
CM says Silver Line Project will transform Kerala's transport infrastructure
19-year-old youth stabbed to death at neighbour's house in wee-hours
RRR can hit theatres on Holi
 Mumbai, SS Rajamouli's much-anticipated "RRR" is ready to hit threatres if Covid surge ends and full  
King Khan returns to Insta after months of silence
Celebrity couple Dhanush-Aishwarya Rajinikanth part ways
Preity Zinta enjoys "Ghar ki Kheti"
B'desh schools, colleges shut till Feb 6
 Dhaka, Bangladesh has decided to shut down schools and colleges till February 6 in view of a surge i
Tonga to remain cut off for weeks: New Zealand
Long-range Kamikaze drones were likely used in Houthi attack on Abu Dhabi
12 killed in Afghan earthquake
Flame merger held amid protests by Opposition
 New Delhi, Amid protests by the Opposition including the Congress and AAP, the flame at Amar Jawan J
Five bodies found in a house in Old Seemapuri
Mulayam Singh's daughter in law Aparna Yadav likely to join BJP
Sikkim Government bans milk packets from outside
Untitled Page
Rashtra Deepika LTD
Copyright @ 2021 , Rashtra Deepika Ltd.