Unlock 2.O Karnataka: ‘Traffic start in the state’ from Monday

Unlock 2.O Karnataka: ‘Traffic start in the state’ from Monday

Unlock 2.O Karnataka: ‘Traffic start in the state’ from Monday, Masks are mandatory for drivers and operators as buses start to flow on a 50 percent fill.

  1. Launch of buses in the state under Unlock 2.O
  2. The buses will start on a 50 percent fill basis
  3. Mask is mandatory for driver and ticket collectors

Bengaluru News: State Transport buses will start operating from Monday under Unlock 2.O

Also, there is information that buses will be opened on a 50-per-cent basis, and Mask Mandatory for drivers and operators. The Department of Transportation is heading for a cashless business, with a new plan to spare Corona.

Yes, travelers can arrange for cashless transactions and are allowed to pick up tickets through Google Pay, QR Code, and Phone Pay. BMTC MDC said the service would be implemented soon. Shikha informed.

BBMP said the weekend curfew would continue even after June 21 in Bangalore. UnLock 2.0 will start from June 21, at which point the state government has decided to launch public transport with 50 percent passengers. In the meantime, the Night and Weekend Curfew in Silicon City Bangalore will continue, BBMP said.

Hospital, Oxygen, Triaging Center, Covid Care Center, during the Second Wave in the wake of Corona 3rd wave. Various arrangements, including medical personnel, will continue. Preparations are underway to build more ICU beds in some hospitals for the third wave. He said there were also talks about ICU beds being arranged in collaboration with some corporate houses.

Speaking to reporters at the BBMP headquarters, BBMP chief commissioner Gourav Gupta said the state government had given permission for industries and manufacturing firms to operate in the first phase. The second phase of the lockdown will now be relaxed on June 21, allowing commercial enterprises and BMTC bus traffic. The rest will be decided on a gradual basis.

If people violate the Covid-19 rules and walk in the attic, the third wave is likely to occur sooner than expected. Therefore, the public was warned to act with caution and responsibility.

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