Bengaluru Lockdown News: Continuation of lockdown for 1 week, Karnataka lock till June 14.
Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa announced at a press conference that the current state of stringent sanctions has been postponed for a week on the advice of an expert panel.
- Corona Lockdown, which was in force in the state from 6 am on June 7, to 6 am on June 14
- Announced by Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa at a press conference
- On the advice of a panel of experts, the current stringent sanctions in the state have been postponed for a week
Bengaluru News: Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa has said that the corona lockdown, which was in force in the state for 6 am on June 7, has been extended to 6 am on June 14.
Addressing a news conference on Thursday, Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa said that although the number of new cases and active cases in the state is low, the chain of infection is not fully broken. Therefore, on the advice of a panel of experts, the stringent sanctions in force have been postponed for a week.
Thus, the roadmap that is currently in effect will continue for a week. The current roadmap will continue until June 14.
Chief ministers said the lockdown would be cleared if the state’s corona positivity rate fell below five percent, hinting at a lockdown clearance a week later. As of Wednesday, the positivity rate in the state had increased by around 1%. As of 11.22. Also, Read This: Another increase in petrol-diesel, Petrol prices have crossed the Rs 100 mark in the country.
Deputy Prime Minister Ashwaththa Narayana, Minister of State for Economic Development Somanna, Gopal, K. Sudhakar, S.T. Somashekhar was present.