Karnataka lifts night curfew, schools to reopen from Feb 1

BENGALURU: Following a high-level discussion with Covid experts on Saturday, the Karnataka government dropped most of the state's restrictions. The government has decided to liftthe night curfew from January 31 onwards, according to Revenue Minister R. Ashok. He also indicated that the 50% seating capacity cap in pubs, restaurants, bars, and meeting halls has been lifted.

Schools in Bengaluru from Class 1 to 9 that were closed because of the Covid third wave will reopen on Monday, according to Minister for Education B.C. Nagesh. "Schools will be required to observe all Covid acceptable behaviour and SOPs. If a student tests positive, the classroom will be closed and the school will resume normal operations. All of the kids in that class would be tested "He went on to explain.

"Concerned DC will decide whether to close the class or school for three or five days, based on the circumstances. In the state, all public educational institutions have been allowed to operate under Covid standards "Minister Nagesh made a statement.

Anand Singh, the Minister of Tourism, has announced that all tourist destinations, including safari, will be open to visitors.

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