One-week lockdown imposed in Bengaluru city, rural from July 14


Bengaluru, July 11

With a spike in COVID-19 circumstances, the Karnataka authorities on Saturday introduced full lockdown in Bengaluru city and rural for one week from July 14.

“As COVID-19 circumstances are rising within the state daily, based mostly on the recommendation of consultants full lockdown might be imposed in Bengaluru city and Bengaluru rural for one week from July 14 Tuesday eight pm to five am on July 22,” Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa stated in an announcement.

During this era hospitals amenities, groceries, milk, greens, medicines and different each day use gadgets might be out there, additionally already scheduled Medical exams might be held.

Asking folks to hitch palms in controlling COVID-19 by remaining at dwelling throughout the lockdown, he stated, “While going to purchase daily use items, maintain social distance, wear masks, and follow all the guidelines related to lockdown.”

Yediyurappa complemented the efforts of COVID-19 warriors like Asha staff, Doctors, Medical employees, police, officers, Media and others who’re working to manage the unfold of virus.

As of July 11 night, cumulatively 36,216 coronavirus circumstances have been confirmed within the state, which incorporates 613 deaths and 14,716 discharges, a authorities bulletin stated.

Bengaluru city district tops the record of constructive circumstances, with a complete of 16,862 infections. — PTI



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