Thiruvananthapuram: A day after Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan denied reports of stopping the distribution of passes for Keralites coming from other parts of the country, the state government on Saturday stopped issuing travel passes for those coming from red zone districts. There were reports on Friday that the authorities have temporarily halted the process of issuing travel passes for Malayalis wanting to return from other states. However, the chief minister denied these reports during his evening briefing. “It is just that there is a limit to the number of people who can be allowed to enter the state in a day,” Pinarayi said. He also made it clear that a person coming from a ‘red zone’ would not be denied entry. “Only those who come without registering will be disallowed,” the Chief Minister added. However, the authorities have stopped issuing passes for those coming from red zone districts, Manorama News reported on Saturday. According to earlier guidelines, a person wanting to return from other states should seek permission from the district Collector concerned on the website – covid19jagratha.kerala.nic.in. After checking the information, the collector will send the travel permission, including the QR code, to the registered phone number and email…. Read full this story
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