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Old Posted May 17, 2020, 6:22 PM
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Coronavirus Science & Technology - Worldwide

Global research on coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

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What does this mean - roam in sunlight without breaking lockdown rules. Can do suryanamaskar to scortching Sun. Alas, isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol or propan-2-ol or isopropanol or 2-propanol) is not drinkable - but can be used for cleaning hands & face with care!

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Border Blockade (Kerala)

Border Blockade Issue (Kerala)

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Officially, Kasaragod has a reception centre only at Thalappady on the National Highway 66 to receive non-resident Keralites. But stringers working for vernacular newspapers said vehicles coming from Bengaluru preferred Mudur route as it was shorter. Vehicles entering Kasaragod from Mudur could head for Adoor, and then to Palanchi, Bethurpara, Kundamkuzhi and reach Poinachi on the National Highway. From Poinachi, one could go either to Kanhangad for Kasaragod. Also, two days ago, Melparamba police saw four fishermen -- three from Kollam and one from Marthandam in Kanyakumari district -- walking on the railway track.
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Locals allege railway employees violating quarantine rules, seek action
The residents near the railway stations also allege that majority of railway employees especially from Kerala commute to Kerala regularly to save rent. For this, they follow the practice of completing their split duty in a single shift by working for long hours. Then they go to their hometowns for two days rest without mentioning leave in attendance register. In similar fashion, many employees who went to Kerala had got stuck there due to the unexpected lockdown. When the administration noticed the absence of employees for several days, an enquiry was conducted. As per rule, railway employees should reside within a radius of five kilometres from the railway station. After preliminary enquiry, a few who went to their hometowns without applying leave or informing higher officials were instructed to join for work. Fearing suspension and action, many returned from Kerala illegally. Several of them returned in trains which left from Kerala to north Indian states carrying migrant workers.
Youths from either side might lose jobs due to Kerala border closure
Several concerns which had stopped functioning because of lockdown rules, have now begun operations with minimum staff. The companies having employees from the neighbouring states have asked them to report for duties. People from Kerala working in Mangaluru have to report for work and likewise, people from Dakshina Kannada working in Kerala are under pressure to re-join work. When the borders will open is uncertain as yet.
Karnataka govt employees too stuck in Kerala

Migrant workers turn edgy, hit rail track to reach Mangaluru, sent back

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Bride stuck at border during 'Muhurtham'; couple gets married at dusk, goes in quarantine
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