Kerala government took strict measures to stop the spread of the virus

After two patients died and three others got infected due to Nipah virus infection in Kozhikode district of northern Kerala, the state government has taken strict measures to stop the spread of the virus. In view of the serious nature of the infection, the Kozhikode administration has declared seven gram panchayats as containment zones. In a post on social networking site ‘Facebook’ on Tuesday, Kozhikode District Magistrate A Geetha said that the panchayats which have been declared as containment zones include Atancherry, Maruthonkara, Tiruvallur, Kuttiady, Kayakkodi, Vilaypalli and Kavilumpara.

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