The Karantaka government has issued guidelines to keep COVID-19 at bay in the state. State Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai went on to say that all the preventive steps will be taken gradually all over the state to curb the deadly virus.
Bengaluru: The surge of COVID-19 infections in China and several other nations has alerted the entire world once again. Taking cognizance of its effect, the Karnataka government has issued guidelines to keep COVID-19 at bay in the state. Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai went on to say that all the preventive steps will be taken gradually all over the state to curb the deadly virus.
The ongoing COVID surge in some parts of the world was discussed at the cabinet meeting, as were the creation of public awareness, booster doses, and making testing mandatory for influenza-like illness (ILI) and severe acute respiratory illness (SARI) cases, as well as the necessity of wearing masks in crowded places, according to the CM, as quoted by a new agency.
CM Bommai also stated that preventive measures would be put in place without disrupting normal life or economic activities.
International passengers with COVID symptoms will be taken to a selected medical facility for quarantine according to the prevailing COVID procedure. They can go to their nearest private hospital for quarantine. Notification shall be made to the concerned authorities, and the cost will have to be borne by the individuals themselves.
All December 31, 2022, and New Year’s Day, January 1, 2023, celebrations must be completed by 1 am on January 1, 2023, and January 2, 2023, respectively. Large gatherings should be held outside, and they will take place during the day. The prescribed capacity of the areas should not be exceeded, particularly in the indoor areas. Pregnant and lactating women, as well as those over the age of 60, are advised to avoid such gatherings.
Wearing an N-95 face mask is a must for those who go to watch movies in theaters. The entry staff has to certify this.