Coronavirus TN | Krishnagiri district moves from Green to Orange zone after first positive case
Krishnagiri district in Tamil Nadu has recorded its first positive coronavirus case on Saturday. The only district in the state, which was in the Green Zone, has now been moved to the Orange Zone, after a 67-year-old man haling from Veppanapalli town tested positive for the infection. The news comes a day after the lockdown restrictions across the nation were relaxed in accordance with each of the Zones and Krishnagiri will now have to adhere to the restrictions that have been enforced in all areas coming under the Orange Zone.
Likewise, 19 people from Ariyalur, 7 hailing from Cuddalore and one individual from Perambalur have as well tested positive for the COVID-19 virus as all 27 were loadmen or vendors working at the Koyambedu market in Chennai. The Ariyalur district administration has moved the seven individuals from the district to self-isolation at the Rajah Muthiah Medical College in Annamalai University. With Ariyalur now being pushed from being in the Orange zone to the Red zone, more than 200 people from Cuddalore have been moved to quarantine.
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