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Supreme Court Regarding Corona: Ban on Conducting 11th examination in Kerala

The Supreme Court has given an interim stay on the state government's decision to physically conduct the Class 11 examinations in Kerala from September 6. The court took this decision due to growing cases of corona infection in the country.

The Supreme Court has given an interim stay on the state government's decision to physically conduct the Class 11 examinations in Kerala from September 6. The court took this decision due to growing cases of corona infection in the country.

The court said the situation in Kerala is worrying due to the continuing increase in corona cases. As the court said, Young children can not be put at risk, as about 35,000 cases are reported daily in the state. The next hearing will be on September 13.

Corona patients are increasing rapidly in Kerala

Kerala is the only state in the country where corona patients are increasing rapidly. The number of new patients admitted here per day has crossed 32,000. Maharashtra is ahead in terms of death. A maximum of 183 deaths has been recorded in one day. On Wednesday, about 46,000 patients were found infected in the country and 509 deaths were recorded. Surprisingly, of these 32,694 cases (about 76%) only found in Kerala, 173 died there.

Delays in preparing guidelines for issuing a death certificate

There have been delays in preparing guidelines for the issuance of death certificates in the families of those who have lost their lives due to the coronavirus. The Supreme Court today reprimanded the central government for this. A double bench of Judges Mr. Shah and Aniruddha Bose ordered the institute to file the report by September 11.

Third-wave is also about to end

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The bench said we had long been placing an order and extended the time even once. By the time you prepare the guidelines, the third wave will also be complete. In an order issued on June 30, the court ruled that the exact cause of death should be ruled out as death on the basis of Covid-19, in order to empower people who rely on the deceased. They can benefit from welfare schemes.

The Court refused to grant another ten days

Additional Attorney General Aishwarya Bhati told the court we were sorry we could not file an affidavit. The court should have granted 10 more days, as the government continues to consult with experts on the matter, but the court rejected the request and asked to provide details of the steps taken so far in this direction on September 11.

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