Chennai: Chief Minister Mk Stalin will hold discussions with district collectors tomorrow on the implementation of a full-fledged lockdown without relaxation.
A full curfew without relaxation has been imposed for another week after discussions were held with the medical expert committee and the legislators committee today.
Chief Minister Stalin will hold discussions with all district collectors tomorrow on the implementation of the entire lockdown without these relaxations. Chief Minister MK Stalin will hold discussions with district collectors as a full curfew is to be imposed for a period of one week from Monday.
The consultation will be held through video conferencing from the Headquarters. Following a meeting with 11 district collectors, which may have been heavily affected by corona yesterday, the Chief Minister today held discussions with the Medical Expert Committee and all the Legislators Committee and then announced that a full curfew would be imposed without relaxation for a week.
Further, relaxations were given to open all shops for the public to buy their essential commodities today and tomorrow. Bus arrangements for out-of-the-way passengers have also been announced.
It is at this stage that Chief Minister MK Stalin will hold discussions with district collectors through video conferencing at the Headquarters tomorrow evening to discuss issues including difficulties during implementation of the curfew and prevention of corona.