Sunday lockdowns are to be resumed in Bengaluru from July 5
Biplab Das, INN/Kolkata, @infodeaofficial
With the unexpected increase in COVID-19 cases in Bengaluru, the Karnataka government has chosen to reintroduce full lockdown in the state capital on all Sundays, beginning from July 5.
This was chosen after Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa held an audit meeting over the coronavirus circumstance in the state on Saturday.
According to the administration request, no exercises will be allowed on Sundays with the exception of basic administrations and supplies.
“Thus every Sunday, with impact from July 5, the lockdown would be forced until further notice. No exercises will be allowed with the exception of basic administrations and supplies,” said Yediyurappa in an announcement after a crisis meeting. This comes only a day after Yediyurappa precluded new lockdown in the city, as restoring the economy was similarly significant.
Furthermore, the everyday night check-in time from 9 pm to 5 am in the first part of the day is adjusted to 8 pm to 5 am with an impact from June 29. It has additionally concluded that all administration workplaces will have a five-day week with Saturday as a vacation.
In the midst of the spike in the number of new diseases and grievances of the lack of ambulances, the metro body has likewise been advised to build the number of ambulances to 250 for surging COVID patients to clinics.
A 10,000 devoted beds office for COVID-19 patients will likewise be prepared in Bengaluru by Monday.
Marriage corridors, lodgings, different establishments, and railroad mentors with beds will be held to change over them into COVID care focuses in case of flood in positive or dynamic cases.
Karnataka has so far observed 11,923 COVID-19 cases out of which 4,439 are dynamic, while 7,289 have recuperated and 191 have passed away. Most definitely, the city has so far observed 2,531 COVID-19 cases, the most noteworthy in the state. While the cases in Bengaluru are on the ascent it is not the slightest bit near other metro urban areas like Chennai, Mumbai, and Delhi which are among the most noteworthy in the nation.