Strict action will be taken against those who violate the guidelines, 14-Day Lockdown Begins in Karnataka.
Breaking a series of COVID-19 transfers, a tight 14-day closure goes into effect in Karnataka from 6 a.m., Monday.
Serious restrictions will remain in place for the government until May 24. Most notably, the state was already under the ‘corona period’ from April 27. 14-Day Lockdown Begins in Karnataka.
But as the number of cases continues to rise, the government led by BS Yediyurappa has decided to extend the deadline. . “As the Covid-19 cases progressed to the state, the timing of the coronation was unsuccessful.
It will be closed completely from 6am on May 10 to 6am on 24am, ”CM Yediyurappa announced last week.
Significantly, Karnataka has reported nearly 50,000 new cases of COVID daily over the past few days.
On Sunday, the government’s figure reached 19.34 lakh as 47,930 new cases were recorded and 490 deaths killed an estimated 18,776.
The Bangaluru Urban region reported 20,897 diseases and 281 deaths, the highest in the province. The city has so far reported a total of 9.50 lakh cases and 8,057 deaths.
Bengali police commissioner Kamal Pant urged people to adhere to the guidelines and warned of strict action against offenders. “I urge my fellow Bengalians to adhere to the rules of closure since Monday. 14-Day Lockdown Begins in Karnataka.
We can only succeed in our fight against # COVID19 if we work together, Stay Home, Stay Safe! ”I breathed a sigh of relief. He warned that serious action would be taken against those who violated the rules.
In order to enforce Covid’s code of conduct, the government has authorized civil society organizations such as the Bengali community organization, as well as regional and local authorities to impose a fine of Rs 250 on municipal organizations and Rs 100 elsewhere for violating Covid’s policies. As a result of public detention measures, police are authorized to book offenders under various sections of the law.
All social, political, sports, entertainment, educational, cultural, religious and other circles will not be allowed at this time.