The Kerala authorities on Friday introduced a four-tier lockdown leisure scheme for all its 14 districts. The districts are labeled into 4 classes to replicate the severity of Kovid-19 at these places: Red, Orange A, Orange B and Green.
Kasaragod, Malappuram, Kozhikode and Kannur have been marked as 'pink', which means they’re essentially the most susceptible to the virus, and full lockdown will stay till 3 May, the day the nationwide lockdown is predicted to finish.
Pathanamthitta, Ernakulam and Kollam have been marked as 'Orange A' and will likely be below full lockdown by April 24 and are anticipated to be partially exempt thereafter. <! –
The districts of Alappuzha, Trivandrum, Wayanad, Palakkad and Thrissur have been marked as 'Orange B' and will likely be below full lockdown by 20 April and are anticipated to be partially exempt thereafter.
Kottayam and Idukki are marked as inexperienced, indicating the entire absence of the virus at these places, and the lockdown will look like lifted after 20 April.
Official estimates put the entire recorded circumstances in Kerala at 395 to this point.