Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

[t4b-ticker]

India

Karnataka Govt Eases Covid-19 Lockdown Restrictions; Cinema Halls to Operate From July 19

A cyclist pedals past a graffiti depicting coronavirus/COVID-19 crisis (Photo Credit: PTI)

Bengaluru: The Karnataka government on Sunday (July 18) further relaxed the Covid-19 lockdown norms, allowing cinema theatres to open and reduced the duration of night curfew by one hour from July 19.

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

ALSO READ: Karnataka: RTI Activist Killed in Bellary, Another Attacked in Bengaluru

Cinema halls would be allowed to operate with 50% occupancy after adhering to Covid-19 protocols.

Higher educational institutions like colleges and universities were given the nod to start from July 26.

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

From Monday, night curfew will be in force from 10 pm to 5 am.

Meanwhile India on Sunday reported 41,157 new Covid-19 cases up from 38,079 reported a day earlier. The cases went up by 3078 as compared to Saturday. 518 fatalities were reported in the same period.

ALSO READ: People Know If Things Go Wrong, Judiciary Will Stand By Them: CJI NV Ramana

42004 recoveries were reported in the same period taking the total tally to 30269796.

Advertisement. Scroll to continue reading.

Active cases in the country declined from 4,24,025 on Saturday to 422660 on Sunday.

With these additions, the total case tally has now gone up to 3,11,06,065 while the death toll now stands at 413609.

 

You May Also Like

India

Amarinder Singh also took on the newly elected chief minister, Charanjit Singh Channi, and questioned his promises of free water and power to the...

India

Chief Justice N.V. Ramana has made strong observations about how the sedition law is being misused to curtail free speech, but the Supreme Court...

India

A hearing was going on in the courtroom when shots were fired in Rohini court premises, police have said.

India

Saying it doesn’t want women to be denied their rights, the SC said it had already passed interim orders and that "armed forces are...

Advertisement