“Current restrictions will continue in all eleven districts with high positivity rate till 6am on June 21, in the rest of the districts some of the restrictions have been relaxed. However, concerned Deputy Commissioners and District in-charge Ministers can take a call to impose more restrictions in their districts,” Yediyurappa stated.
Speaking to reporters after assembly with senior Ministers and officers, he stated the determination has been taken primarily based on ideas made by the COVID-19 Technical Advisory Committee, consisting of specialists.
“In districts with high positivity rate- Chikkamagaluru, Shivamogga, Davangere, Mysuru, Chamarajanagara, Hassan, Dakshina Kannada, Bengaluru Rural, Mandya, Belagavi and in Kodagu- there will be no changes in the current guidelines,” he added.
The leisure in lockdown measures will probably be in place from 6 AM on June 14 to 6 AM on June 21.
Noting that restrictions are being relaxed in the rest of the state apart from 11 districts, the Chief Minister stated, all industries have been permitted to function with 50 per cent employees energy, however garment industries can function with 30 per cent employees energy.
Shops promoting important items have been permitted to function until 2 PM by extending their length from 10 AM earlier; additionally all development actions will probably be permitted, and retailers wanted for development actions like cement, metal amongst others have additionally been allowed to open, he stated.
Parks will probably be opened from 5 AM to 10 AM for walkers, avenue distributors can do their enterprise from 6 AM to 2 PM, and auto and taxis are allowed to ply with most two passengers, he added.
If the state of affairs comes underneath management as per the expectations it is going to assist the authorities to announce additional relaxations, Yediyurappa stated as he sought the cooperation of everybody in this regard.
Responding to a query on public transport buses and functioning of authorities officers, he stated for now buses are usually not permitted to function, whereas vital departments of the authorities can function with 50 per cent employees.
Hotels and eating places will continue to do parcel service and bars will probably be open for takeaways until 2 PM.
The Karnataka authorities had initially introduced 14 days ‘close-down’ from April 27, however subsequently imposed an entire lockdown from May 10 to May 24, as the COVID instances continued to spike.
Citing lockdown yielding outcomes and specialists’ recommendation, it was additional prolonged until June 7 after which once more until June 14.