As coronavirus cases continue to surge across the country, Karnataka government on April 20 announced night curfew in the state.
Karnataka Home Minister Basavaraja Bommai informed that Ex-CM Kumaraswamy is in favour of implementing lockdown but the Chief Minister is yet to take any decision.
Basavaraja Bommai said, "Ex-CM Kumaraswamy and Governor have said that there should be a lockdown.
Chief Minister is yet to take any decision on lockdown.
Chief Secretary has also prepared a report.
After discussing with experts, probably, CM will take a call tonight."
Awareness campaigns were conducted and hand sanitizers and masks were also distributed to the people, Mallikarjun Radder said.
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State health minister K Sudhakar told reporters that one case each of the Delta plus variant was recorded in Bengaluru and Mysuru districts.
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The BMTC, KSRTC, and BMRC have released separate statements and appealed to passengers to strictly follow the Covid protocols.
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The Karnataka government also announced that the night curfew will remain in place across the state between 7 pm to 5 am till further order.
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