Bengaluru Lockdown News
Karnataka govt to ease lockdown in 20 districts from 14 June; essential items shops to be open till 2 pm
The restrictions are going to be eased in Bengaluru Urban and 19 other districts on a 'trial basis' from 14 June to 21 June
The governments of West Bengal, Maharashtra, and Tamil Nadu appealed to the Centre for an increased allocation of medical oxygen as cases rise
All shops and commercial establishments, hotels, pubs and bars will remain closed during this period, while essential goods and services like food, medicine, milk, fruits and vegetables, etc will be available from 6 am to 10 am
Karnataka gears up for night curfew from 10 to 20 April; essential services, emergency travel allowed
The decision to impose night curfew was taken due to an alarming surge in coronavirus cases. The state reported 7,955 fresh COVID cases and 46 fatalities on Friday alone
While calling off the lockdown in Bengaluru and Karnataka, the CM stressed on maintaining social distancing norms and wearing masks to contain the spread of coronavirus.
Coronavirus Updates: Jammu and Kashmir to re-open tourism in phased manner from 14 July, to allow only air travel
Coronavirus Updates: Tourists must have confirmed hotel bookings, return tickets and shall get tested for COVID-19 upon arrival, according to guidelines.
During this period hospitals facilities, groceries, milk, vegetables, medicines and other daily use items will be available, also already scheduled Medical exams will be held, the govt said
Lockdown 4.0: With MHA permitting movement in areas other than containment zones, Delhi, Kolkata, Bengaluru open public transport with conditions
Issuing fresh guidelines on Sunday, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) allowed inter-state and intra-state movements of passenger vehicles and buses from areas other than the containment zones. However, the guidelines made it clear that bus services will be allowed with the mutual consent of states and union territories involved.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Karnataka govt set to write to Centre to drop Bengaluru rural district from COVID-19 red zone list
The Karnataka government has decided to appeal to the Centre to drop Bengaluru rural district from the list of COVID-19 red zones as there are no fresh cases of coronavirus infections there, Revenue minister R Ashoka said on Saturday.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Lockdown norms partially relaxed in Karnataka, allowing functioning of IT and IT-enabled services, courier operations
The Karnataka government has partially relaxed COVID-19 lockdown norms in the state allowing IT and IT-enabled services to operate with essential minimum staff and also certain construction activities, manufacturing of packaging materials, courier services