Bangalore Lockdown News 2021: CM Yediyurappa clearly expressed that there would be no lockdown or time limit in the state.
Updated: Tuesday, March 30, 2021, 14:42 [IST]
Bangalore Lockdown News 2021: Chief Minister Yediyurappa clearly expressed that there would be no lockdown or time limit in the state.
Bengaluru: Despite the rising number of Covid cases in Bengaluru, the BS Yediyurappa-led Karnataka government isn't wanting to reimpose a lockdown in the city. Addressing journalists yesterday, after a gathering with authorities, Chief Minister Yediyurappa clearly expressed that there would be no lockdown or time limit in the state " In request to contain the infection, I appeal to general society to notice legitimate COVID limitations and abstain from swarming, else it will turn out to be very hard to manage the circumstance", the BJP pioneer said.
Investigate new limitations reported by the Yediyurappa government
The Karnataka government hosts prohibited all gatherings and festivities in lofts. "The quantity of Covid-19 cases in lofts is expanding, so no gatherings or festivities permitted", the public authority notice said.
In addition, the state government chose to boycott a wide range of fights in the state for 15 days to break the chain of transmission. "For 15 days from today no fights, rallies will be permitted in the state", it said.
Exacting activity against individuals for not wearing veils. Prior a week ago, the Karnataka government had reported a fine of Rs 250 for not wearing a face cover out in the open in any Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) territory.
Requesting that individuals participate by wearing face covers and keeping up friendly separating, CM Yediyurappa requested that authorities take exacting measures against violators.
Following, testing and treatment will be reinforced across the state.
Karnataka on Monday detailed 2,792 new instances of COVID-19 and 16 genuine ted fatalities, taking the absolute number of contaminations to 9,89,804 and the loss of life to 12,520. The day saw 1,964 patients getting released after recuperation. Of the 2,792 new cases, 1,742 were from Bengaluru Urban alone.