New rules from April 1 for those travelling from Maharashtra to Bangalore

Mumbai : Concerns have been raised over the rising number of coronavirus patients in the country. Therefore, the Karnataka government will now keep an eye on the citizens coming from the state where the number of patients is increasing.

The Karnataka government has made it mandatory for citizens arriving in Bangalore on Thursday to give a negative report of the RT-PCR test. Currently, citizens coming from Punjab, Chandigarh, Maharashtra and Kerala are required to give a negative report of RT-PCR test. But now this decision of the government will be applicable to the citizens coming from all over the state from April 1. Karnataka Health Minister Dr K Sudhakar has given information about this. The decision was taken after a meeting with Bangalore Municipal Corporation officials.

Corona has been spreading rapidly among citizens in the age group of 20 to 40 in the last few days. Corona has been observed to spread through them. Therefore, quarantine seals will be put on the hands of corona positive patients after they are found in the municipal area. So as to help prevent the spread of the corona.
About 60 per cent of the total patients in Bengaluru are from other states. Therefore, it will be mandatory for the citizens coming from outside to submit a negative report of Corona,” As the Health Minister Dr K Sudhakar said.

In the last two days, more than 2000 corona patients have been found in Karnataka. Most of the patients are from Bangalore.

The Karnataka government has imposed a fine of Rs 250 on citizens who do not comply with the rules on masks and social distance. About 500 people have been allowed to attend open weddings, political and religious events.

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