Bangalore lockdown updates: Bengaluru likely to be under lockdown again, says Health Minister

Bangalore lockdown updates: Bengaluru likely to be under lockdown again, says Health Minister
Bangalore lockdown updates: Bengaluru likely to be under lockdown again, says Health Minister

In the unfortunate events, the Karnataka government has seen a sudden rise in the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Bangalore. And in an attempt to prevent the spread of the virus, the state government has decided to impose strict lockdown on coronavirus clusters in Bangalore. After a meeting with Karnataka Chief Minister Brihavat Bangalore Metropolitan Policy (BBMP) Commissioner Anil Kumar, he announced the resumption of coronavirus lockdown in five clusters across the city. So, if you want the latest Bangalore Lockdown updates, you have come to the right place. Now, let’s get started with the details.

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In response to the growing number of COVID-19 cases in the city, the BBMP has sealed the following areas in Bangalore: KR Market, Kalasipalya, Siddapur, and VV Puram. In addition to the aforementioned corona clusters, adjacent areas have also been sealed in Bangalore as part of this exercise. According to recent orders, these areas will remain locked down for the next 14 days.

According to the last update on Karnataka’s lockdown rules, here’s what you need to know.

  1. People traveling to or from Karnataka should register with the State Government Service Indus portal. The state government has advised that people registering in the portal should provide the correct information about their destination address, contact details, and so on.
  2. People traveling from Maharashtra to Karnataka must undergo seven days of compulsory corporate quarantine and then seven days of quarantine.
  3. Passengers from Tamil Nadu or Delhi will have to suffer three days of corporate quarantine and then 11 days of home isolation.
  4. People traveling to Karnataka from other states of India except for Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, and Delhi, will be detained at home for 14 days upon arrival.

The Government of Karnataka is one of the toughest in implementing a statewide lockdown. Officials have relied on measures such as mobile logistics, quarantine application, and the state has begun filing an FIR against violators to further discourage people from violating the quarantine and lockdown rules.

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