Lockdown Effect: Python With Eggs Found In A Jewellery Shop

Phyton With Eggs Found In A Jewellery Shop - Sakshi Post

KANNUR: In a shocking incident, a jewellery shop owner found a python with around 20 eggs inside his shop on Sunday. The incident took place in Kerala's Kannur district. The shopkeeper opened the store nearly after a month to clean the shop. He immediately informed the forest officials at the Thaliparamba forest range.

The forest officials shifted the python and the eggs to a sanctuary, where the eggs would be incubated.

India has entered the third phase of the nationwide lockdown which was extended by two weeks from May 4 till May 17. It has been more than 30 days, shops, schools, colleges, etc., were kept closed.

Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has announced a set of new guidelines to be followed in the state. Public transport, theatres, religious places, meetings, malls, liquor shops, bars, beauty parlours, gyms, and educational institutions will not be allowed to open across the State.

A total of 499 confirmed cases of COVID-19 are reported in Kerala and 96 patients are under treatment in various districts in the state. The first coronavirus positive case in India was reported in Kerala.

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