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Rahul Gandhi urges people in Kerala to adhere to COVID-19 guidelines

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Kerala reported over 22,000 coronavirus cases for the third day in a row on Thursday. The Central government is sending a six-member team to Kerala to aid the state”s ongoing efforts in COVID-19 management.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on July 27 attacked Union Home Minister Amit Shah over the violence at the Assam-Mizoram border, alleging that he has “failed” the country by “sowing hatred and distrust” into the lives of people and India is now reaping its “dreadful consequences”.

Amid rising cases of coronavirus in Kerala, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Friday appealed to people in the state to follow all safety measures and guidelines.

 

Kerala reported over 22,000 coronavirus cases for the third day in a row on Thursday. The Central government is sending a six-member team to Kerala to aid the state”s ongoing efforts in COVID-19 management.

 

“Rising cases of Coronavirus infections in Kerala are worrying,” Gandhi said.

 

“I appeal to our brothers and sisters in the state to follow all safety measures & guidelines. Please take care,” the MP from Kerala”s Wayanad said in a tweet.

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