Bengaluru, July 11: With a steep increase in COVID cases, Karnataka government has decided to impose a seven-day lockdown in Bengaluru urban and Bengaluru Rural from July 14 night.
Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa said that the lockdown suggested by experts, aimed at controlling COVID, would come into force from 8 pm on July 14.
He assured that the basic supplies would be uninterrupted. A detailed guideline would be released on Monday. The medical degree and PG exams would continue as scheduled.
The CM asked the public not to panic and requested people’s cooperation.
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