The Kerala High Court on Tuesday registered a suo motu case on crowding at COVID-19 vaccinations centres in the State and sought response from the State government on preventing the same. .The Court said that if such uncontrolled crowding is permitted, the vaccination drive instead of preventing the spread of COVID-19, will become a super spreader. ."If such crowding is allowed, the situation will boomerang. Instead of being a prophylactic, the vaccination drive will be a super spreader," the Court said. .The suo motu case was initiated after press reports about persons thronging vaccination centres came to the Court's notice. .The Court in its order noted that the fear of non-availability of vaccine might be the possible reason for such overcrowding. .The Court directed the State Police to take adequate measures to ensure there is no overcrowding while arraigning, State Health Secretary and Ministry of Health and Familt Welfare as parties. The Court, however, specifically directed that Police should not use force by resort to persuasive tactics to ensure that people maintain social distancing and adhere to COVID protocol at the vaccination centres.