It is defiantly good news that out of the 6 swab samples 5 are negative. But this is by means a time to rejoice.
The scene today in the city especially Raviwar Peth, Tilakwadi and other parts makes us think are we really serious about this pandemic.
The police have also taken this seriously and now have barricaded Rani Chennamma circle and not leaving any vehicles. The plan to strictly implement the Sec 144 and would even use force if needed.
As of now, the administration has made arrangements to quarantine people at BIMS – 80 persons and KLE 60 persons. In addition to this Hostel and hotels put together, the administration has made arrangements for another 500 beds which can be quarantined.
But citizens have to think on their own. Major shops were closed today barring the ones selling essential goods as permitted.
But there some scenes and the traffic on the road was no way less. We have to keep ourselves locked in to save ourselves.
The businesses are shut they would be facing a huge cash crunch but all have to do it. The daily wage earner would find it more arduous but he too will have to manage somehow as if we are healthy we can live ahead.
To adopt strict social distancing and isolation measures to contain the spread of Covid19, Government of Karnataka in the exercise of the powers confirmed under “The Karnataka epidemic diseases COVID-19 regulations 2020” has imposed the following restrictions in the territorial jurisdiction of the revenue districts of Bangalore Urban, Bangalore Rural, Kalburgi, Chikballapur, Mysore, Madikeri, Dharwad, Mangalore and Belagavi from 00.00 hours of 23-03-2020 to 00.00 hours of 01-04-2020.
Appeal to Public: Any person who has returned from COVID-19 affected countries or has been in personal contact with such person must remain in home isolation for 14 days from arrival in India irrespective of having any symptoms or not.
Also, they should self-notify to the nearest government hospital or call 104 health helpline. Maintain personal hygiene, use tissue paper/handkerchief while coughing or sneezing, frequently wash hands with soap and water or hand sanitizer and avoid attending mass social gatherings.
Help us to help you. Let us fight COVID-19 together Stay Home, be safe Helpline numbers 080-46848600, 080-66692000 & 104 Arogya Sahayavani.
Hence it is better to rest at home rather than Rest in peace.