Karnataka Lockdown Update: Night curfew in Bangalore has been extended till October 11.
Karnataka Lockdown Update: The havoc of the second wave of corona in the country is gradually decreasing, although due to the possible third wave, precautions are also being taken. Unlock has been started in most of the states of the country in a phased manner. Corona-related restrictions are in force in Karnataka as well. Amidst all this, night curfew in Bengaluru, Karnataka (Bengaluru Night Curfew) has been extended once again.Also Read – Kerala Lockdown Update: Night Curfew and Sunday’s lockdown will end in Kerala, know what CM Vijayan said
According to news agency ANI, the Police Commissioner of Bengaluru city has extended the corona restrictions including night curfew till 11 October. Let us tell you that in Bangalore Night Curfew Timing is applicable from 10 pm to 5 am. Also Read – Karnataka Corona News: Karnataka alerted by the increasing cases of corona in the neighboring state of Kerala, the Health Minister tweeted this…
Karnataka: Bengaluru City Police Commissioner extends Covid-induced restrictions including night curfew (10 pm to 5 am) till October 11.
— ANI (@ANI) September 27, 2021
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Earlier, after reviewing the situation of corona infection in the state, the Karnataka government on Friday relaxed the lockdown restrictions and allowed cinema halls to reopen from October 1. According to the new guidelines issued by the government, auditoriums can be operated with 100 percent capacity, although special care will have to be taken of the Kovid guidelines. It will be mandatory for people to have at least one dose of the vaccine. However, the state government said that night curfew will continue in the state from 10 pm to 5 am from September 25.
Apart from this, the state government also allowed pubs to operate from October 3. Besavaraj Bommai Sarkar said that classes 6 to 12 will resume 5 days a week in those districts where the positivity rate is less than 1%.