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Saturday, 06 June 2020 8.10 AM IST

Tamil Nadu banning vehicles from Kerala, strict inspection in check posts

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KOLLAM: In the wake of the spread of coronavirus, check posts in Tamil Nadu restricted vehicles from Kerala. Vehicles were stopped at the Puliyara check post, border of Kollam district. Only KSRTC buses and goods vehicles were permitted to leave after strict inspection. Strict inspection will be held at the Puliyara check post.

All vehicles coming from Kerala will be subjected for an inspection. Entry for temple visit, marriage and pleasure trips have been banned strictly. Collectors have been instructed to tighten control by evening. Tamil Nadu has restricted transportation of vehicles via Walayar check post. Only permanent residents of Coimbatore and people going to hospitals will be permitted to leave. All other

vehicles are being sent back to Kerala. The police along with a team of health department including doctors are examining vehicles at Chavady in Tamil Nadu after the Walayar border.

Meantime, with the confirmation of COVID-19 in Kudagu district, the health department, police and revenue team have made the inspection more stringent at the Kiliyanthara Check Post, the entry to Kerala. The main route to Kerala is via the Virajpet pass route from Kodagu. Vehicles from Bengaluru and Mysuru enter Kerala through this route.

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