In the wake of Covid spike, the police have strengthened their inspections and strict actions are being taken against those not following Covid protocol.
However, there is also a rising sentiment against the state’s health department, for not revising treatment guidelines and strategies even after a year of the onset of the pandemic.
The raids followed intelligence inputs received by the customs that a five-star hotel in Kochi would be hosting a DJ party to be attended by drug peddlers and youths.
Much to the relief of city residents, Kochi Corporation has decided to speed up its pre-monsoon drain cleaning and canal renovation works.
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL), the second-largest Indian Oil marketing company, will supply medical oxygen to government hospitals due to the rising number of Covid-19 cases.
Impact is deeper as summer vacation is the favourite period for domestic tourists
Raising hopes of a return of popular carnival events to the Fort Kochi beach, IIT Madras has handed over to the tourism department a report on sea erosion issues there.
Varghese K, a tourist boat owner from Mattancherry, was busy for the last couple of months.
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Customs, excise conduct joint raids at three hotels in the city; over 100 people took part in one of the parties
At a time when Covid-19 is making its second wave, rave parties are back in Kochi.
There was an almost complete lack of data on the safety of transplants in patients who had recently recovered from COVID-19. Thus the surgeries were performed after waiting for a minimum of 12 weeks.
This is the second emergency landing by an Air India Express flight in the last three days.
City Police Commissioner Nagaraju Chakilam said that the police would check violations of safety guidelines.
Developed by Infopark-based firm Tukxi, a portmanteau made up of tuk-tuk and taxi, the app gives preference to autorickshaw drivers at the nearest base, writes Aishwarya Prabhakaran