Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on Monday said that the entry of people from Gujarat, Maharashtra, Kerala, and Tamil Nadu will be banned till May 31. The measures are being taken in view of the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak.
The Karnataka government has restricted the entry of visitors from states of Gujarat, Maharashtra, Kerala and Tamil Nadu to enter its territory till May 31.
It is unclear if people from these states will be allowed, those who have already procured travel passes will be allowed.
“Entry of people from Gujarat, Maharashtra, Kerala and Tamil Nadu to Karnataka will be restricted till May 31st, to control Covid19 spread.’’ – Hon'ble Chief Minister Sri. B.S Yediyurappa.@CMofKarnataka @BSYBJP @sriramulubjp @PIBBengaluru @CovidKarnataka @KarnatakaVarthe
— PANKAJ KUMAR PANDEY, IAS (@iaspankajpandey) May 18, 2020
Currently, Belagavi has two cases with travel history to Mumbai and the rest of Karnataka as well the number has risen as travelers have come in from other states.