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Alcohol Online – Alcohol Drinkers Got Bumper Offer

Alcohol Online – Alcohol Drinkers Got Bumper Offer

Lockdown has been announced across the country due to the corona epidemic. This will open only the essential shops, vegetable markets, milk, fruits and medical shops. However, Liquor shops have been closed for 10 days all over India.

People who are in the habit of drinking alcohol regularly have side effects such as shivering hands and legs. This has led to many appeals for liquor stores to open.

Even in Kerala, where liquor sales are high are closed. Those who have already become addicted to alcohol are committing suicide due to a lack of alcohol. With this in mind, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan made an important decision.

This decision has been taken after many people are trying to suicide. Those who have a doctor’s prescription are offered the opportunity to buy alcohol online. Their prescription will be delivered home with the required dose of alcohol. In the directives, stringent action will be taken if the wrong prescription is given.

On the other hand, the Excise Department has been instructed to set up de-addiction centers for those who want to stop drinking alcohol.

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