Baby steps have to be taken to guard against any future COVID-19 surges: Madras High Court on reopening of courts

The Court was hearing a plea raising grievance with respect to a notification issued during the second COVID-19 surge, regulating the entry of lawyers to the Court.
Madras High Court
Madras High Court

The Madras High Court on Tuesday had occasion to sound a note of caution that baby steps have to be taken when it comes to re-opening courts to guard against any possibility of another COVID-19 surge (SV Ramamurthy v. The Registrar General).

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