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Karnataka Eases Covid Restrictions, Allows Opening Of Cinema Halls, Colleges

The decision was taken at a meeting chaired by Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa with senior ministers and officials at his residence here.

Karnataka Eases Covid Restrictions, Allows Opening Of Cinema Halls, Colleges
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Karnataka Eases Covid Restrictions, Allows Opening Of Cinema Halls, Colleges
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2021-07-18T17:05:39+05:30

The Karnataka government on Sunday declared further relaxation of the COVID-19 related lockdown protocols. The latest announcement of relaxation includes reopening of cinema theatres. Duration of night curfew will also be curtailed by one hour from July 19.

Governement also wants the higher educational institutions like colleges and universities to resume their activities from July 26.

A decision to this effect was taken at 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 per cent occupancy after adhering to COVID-19 protocols.

On reopening colleges and universities, the government said only those who have taken at least one dose of vaccine will 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.

The norms were relaxed from June 14, eased further on June 21 and again on July 5.
Night curfew, which was from 7 PM to 5 PM was further relaxed by two hours from July 5 and was in force from 9 PM to 5 AM.

From Monday, it will be in force from 10 PM to 5 AM.

The government relaxed the norms after the COVID cases came down substantially.

The state reported 1,869 fresh infections, 42 deaths and 30,082 active cases on Saturday. 

(With PTI Input)

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