Tomorrow everything will change
Chief Minister Yeddyurappa’s office said that there will be no full lockdown on Sundays, which will continue on Sundays. Sunday was a complete lockdown, so far. Only essential services are available then. But tomorrow everything will change.
All worship services
The decision was taken in the interest of the people. The government has decided to open all worship houses from June 1. But the central government has not given permission for this. Congress had asked not to unilaterally open places of worship.
48 people died
So far, 2,881 cases of coronary disease have been reported in Karnataka. 894 people were sick. According to official figures, 48 people have died. Those in other states are under strict control and monitoring.
Private lab testing and fees
Those who come from states that have reported high incidence of coronavirus infection have been allowed to undergo a private lab test. Testing shall be done according to the pooling method. It is a method of checking only a few people from a few names. 650 for testing in a private lab.
Planes should be reduced
The government says the quarantine facility is becoming increasingly difficult for those who come to the state from outside. Institutional quarantine is a must for those who come from states where the disease is high. The aviation ministry has been asked to reduce flights from Maharashtra, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh.
The election was postponed
Gram panchayat postponed elections More than 6,000 village panchayats are due to hold elections in June and August. The new date will be announced later, the Election Commission said.
The train has been operating on the Bengaluru-Belagavi-Bengaluru-Mysuru route for the past 22 years. Coronavirus is spreading in the country. The health department said there had been no social outbreak. So far 4971 people have died from the disease.