Bengaluru: The corona in Karnataka is rapidly increasing. In fact, these corona cases have now started knocking in schools here. According to recent information, 26 students have been found corona positive at Basavanhalli High School and College in Karnataka. The classes have now been suspended. According to reports, the Karnataka government has issued a new guideline for covid-19 in view of the increasing cases of corona in the state. The classes 6 to 9 were now canceled here.
In addition, the gym, swimming will also remain closed. There has also been a ban on strikes. If you talk about cinema halls, a maximum of 50% of the people will be allowed inside the hall. Simultaneously, no kind of assembly is allowed at temples or places of worship. Protests or rallies have been banned in Karnataka for the next 15 days. Actually, CM BS Yeddyurappa took this decision after meeting with top officials of the Health Department on Monday. Apart from this, the Karnataka government has also made it clear that lockdown will not be imposed in the state at present.
After a meeting with the state health department officials, it has also been stated on behalf of the Government that "no protest will be allowed in the state from today (Monday) to 15 days.'' In Karnataka, instructions have been issued to take stringent action against those who do not wear masks. In fact, the Karnataka government said that the number of election rallies in the state also needs to be reduced. If the marine hall owners do not comply with the rules, they will be punished and sentenced to jail for six months.