Despite hinging on the ‘Nipah’ trepidation, Kerala government decided not to postpone the schools reopening date. Speaking about the same, Minister AC Moideen maintained that schools would reopen as was scheduled on 6th, June. While reacting to the ‘Nipah’ panic, Minister stated that adequate precautions have been taken by the Health department, thereby ruling out the need for postponing school reopening.
Meanwhile, Ernakulam district collector has issued asked people to be alert in the district. Authorities have also taken measurements to track the details of migrant labours in the district. The youth, who is affected by the ‘Nipah’ virus is said to have shown signs of improved. At the end of the second day of ‘Nipah’ outbreak in 2019, the Health Department has prepared a list of 311 people, who would have to remain home quarantine.