Karnataka Government has also allowed schools to operate offline for classes 1-9 in Bengaluru city.
The Karnataka government on Saturday announced that it will lift night curfew and other restrictions based on the report of the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC). The government has also allowed schools to operate offline for classes 1-9 in Bengaluru city.
Speaking to the media, Revenue Minister R Ashok said the night curfew has been withdrawn from January 31 owing to the increase in recovery rate. “The recovery rates are increasing and the severity is less this time. Public transport, pubs, restaurants, government offices can operate at full seating capacity,” he said.
Cinema halls and multiplexes have been allowed to operate at 50 per cent capacity, marriages can be held with up to 300 people in open venues and 200 in closed spaces. He added that religious places will be opened for daily rituals and the public will be allowed in as per Covid protocol. Swimming pools, gyms and sports stadiums can operate at 50 per cent capacity.
Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Saturday directed officials to ensure that the ‘Grama One’ project, which he had launched on January 26, is implemented across the state before February end. The scheme, which was launched on the Republic Day on January 26, is aimed at providing a host of services under one roof.
The other guidelines issued are:
Public transport, pubs, restaurants, government offices can operate at full seating capacity
Religious places will be opened for daily rituals and the public will be allowed in as per Covid protocol
The ban on social, religious and political rallies will continue