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No liquor shops to be opened in Kerala: CM

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Thiruvananthapuram: The liquor shops in the state will not be opened in the wake of coronavirus. The decision was taken on the instructions of Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. The decision was taken at a meeting to discuss the exemptions that would be granted in the event of the state going into phase III lockdown. The decision is based on the conclusion that people are more likely to reach the breweries if they open a liquor store. This will make the current situation worse. It was decided at the meeting that liquor shops would be opened only after a thorough evaluation of the situation.

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