Thursday, 20 January 2022

Karnataka unlocking process from tomorrow: What changes

Karnataka unlocking process from tomorrow: What changes

Places Allowed like places of worship such as temples, mosques, churches, gurudwaras, and other religious places to reopen from tomorrow by the Karnataka government under 5.0 unlocking process.

Today, the Karnataka government announced further relaxations under the 'Unlock 5.0' in the state after the curb was a force to stop the rising number of coronavirus cases. In a statement issued by the principal secretary of the state,

Read a state government order.

"Temples, Mosque, Churches, Gurudwaras and other religious places are allowed to open and its related activities pertaining to these places from July 25, 2021, with strictly adhering to the COVID-19 behaviour and SOP issued by the concerned department, However, jathres, temple festivals, processions, congregations not allowed," 

The statement also said,

"Amusement parks and similar places permitted to reopen strictly adhering to COVID appropriate behavior and following guidelines. However, water sports/water-related adventure activities are not allowed.

Earlier, the Karnataka government on July 18 further relaxed the COVID-19 related lockdown rules, allowing cinema to open and reducing the duration of night curfew by one hour from July 19.

Higher educational institutions like universities and colleges were permitting nod to start from July 26. The consequences were taking in a meeting chaired by Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa with senior ministers and officials at his residence here.

An official statement said cinema theatres would be allowed to operate with 50 percent occupancy after adhering to COVID-19 protocols.

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Read More: Karnataka allowed immediately to reopen all dental and medical colleges.

On reopening colleges and universities, the government said only those who have taken at least one dose of vaccine would be allowed to attend their duties and classes.

The government had imposed restrictions since April 27, and it was made stringent from May 10 as the COVID-19 daily tally exceeded 50,000 cases on May 5, while active cases were over six lakh on May 15.

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