No night curfew in Karnataka state

In view of the improvement in the situation in Corona in Karnataka, the state government has withdrawn its decision to impose night curfew across the state on Friday. An official statement issued by the state government said that the night curfew imposed from 10 pm to 5 am has now been withdrawn. On Friday, the government issued an order announcing that the night curfew imposed due to corona infection in the state has been withdrawn with immediate effect.

The same night curfew decision was brought to the state under an order dated July 3 and extended several times to prevent the outbreak of corona. The same government has also allowed horse racing in this relaxation, though only fully vaccinated persons will be allowed to enter the racecourse premises. The order stated that horse racing will have to strictly follow the corona appropriate behaviour and SOP issued by the Department of Health and Family Welfare.

The number of racing patrons participating in the same horse racing will be strictly determined according to the seating capacity of the venue. Not only this, only fully vaccinated persons will be allowed to enter the premises. The decision to lift night curfew and further relax restrictions imposed due to corona has been taken in view of the decline in corona infection cases and high vaccination coverage.

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