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Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said that he has been informed that Kovid-related patients can be shipped to Thiruvananthapuram. Karnataka’s medical team will approve the Thalapady border. The Chief Minister said that those who go for treatment should have medical records. Treatment will be given in Tamil Nadu to Wayanad.

It is not uncommon for Prime Minister Narendra Modi to attend the event. It is important for the prime minister to say when the country faces the pestilence. CM also sought help from the central government to shine a light on the lives of the affected. Eighteen Malayalees killed in various countries The Chief Minister said that the details could be finalized only after the official information was received.

The deceased are Ummen Kurien from Kottarakkara, Eliyamma Kuriakose from Piravom, Shilpa Nair from Joseph, Chengannur, Harris from Alancherry from Ajman, Indira from Kollam in UK and Sinto George from Iritty from Kannur. The deceased were Shaun SA Abraham, a native of Thiruvalla in the US, Thankachan Inchanad of Thodupuzha, Beena George of Kuruppumthara, Kottayam, Ireland and Soufan of Tirurangadi in Malappuram.

On April 4, Shabanas, a native of Panoor, Joseph K. Thomas of Kottayam, Kunjamu Samuel of Ernakulam Ramamangalam and Hamza hailing from Perundalmanna, Malappuram died. The deceased have been identified as Asokan, a native of Kadirur in Mumbai, Pareeth of Kaipmangalam, Thrissur, and Thomas David of Pathanamthitta, US. The Chief Minister condoled their loss.

English Summary: CM Pinarayi Vijayan on Karnataka border issue


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