As the number of COVID-19 cases has declined in the state, the Kerala government has lifted certain restrictions and decided to allow 100 percent occupancy in theaters.
In an order on Sunday, the government also allowed the bars, hotels, clubs, restaurants and eateries to operate at full capacity.
The order stated that the government, semi-governmental offices, could hold offline meetings or training if necessary.
The restrictions at district level based on the number of persons admitted will also be lifted.
The government had authorized the National Disaster Management Agency to divide the districts into three groups – A, B and C – based on the number of people admitted to hospitals and imposed restrictions accordingly.
When things took a dip, the state administration opened schools, colleges and crèches.
Today, the state registered 2,524 new COVID-19 infections, bringing the total to date to 64,97,204.