Extension of stringent measures in Karnataka after June 7 with some relaxations

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Coronavirus has not completely come under control and cases are still high in rural areas, however some relaxations may be given to certain sectors, said Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa on Wednesday.

The CM said, I will have a discussion with everyone to make a decision on measures that need to be taken regarding lockdown. Most importantly, I have decided to give permission to those involved in exports. So export-oriented business will be allowed from Thursday.

The state’s Covid-19 Technical Advisory Committee (TAC- consisting of experts), in its report to the government, has mentioned that the positivity rate has to come below 5 percent and a number of cases should be below 5,000 only then the restrictions can be relaxed.


On May 31, Karnataka Revenue Minister R Ashoka had said that the Karnataka government is contemplating unlocking state lockdown in a phased manner by easing restrictions provided COVID-19 infections in Bengaluru come down to less than 1,000 a day.

4 thoughts on “Extension of stringent measures in Karnataka after June 7 with some relaxations”

  1. Change timing from 7am to 11am lockdown during which rush will be less n can control covid otherwise people gather at 10am n become super spreader

      • Really?
        So a man can coerce/convince/manipulate the common men to come out, put their lives at risk, and vote for him but when those same common men would like that ‘man’ THEY PUT IN THAT POSITION to come, KNOCKING DOOR TO DOOR EVEN, to hear their suggestions/troubles it’s stupid???

        Or were you referring to something else being stupid???


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