Bengaluru, Jan. 29: Apart from lifting night curfew and withdrawing 50:50 rule some other highlights of the high level meeting on Covid-19 convened by Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai are as followes.
- The rate of recovery is increasing and the number of active cases is decreasing.
- Number of hospitalizations Dropped to 2. Against this backdrop, it was decided at a meeting of experts to take the following steps.
- The night curfew is scheduled to be cancelled from January 31st.
4. It was decided to open schools and colleges in Bangalore city from January 31st.
- Public transport systems, including the Metro Rail, can operate with passengers only as far as their seating capacity.
- Percentage of pubs, clubs, restaurants, bars and hotels. Restriction to operate under 50 seating capacity will be revoked.
- Movies, multiplexes, theaters, auditoriums and other places will be operating with a seating capacity of 50%.
- 300 persons in the open space for weddings and 200 in closed places.
- Darshan and service will be allowed in religious places. Per cent The 50’s capacity will be accommodated.
- There is no room for all social, religious and political rallies, rallies, conferences, protests.
- Swimming pool and gyms to start with 50 % capacity.
- 100 per cent of sports complexes and stadiums with 50 % capacity.
- Intensive monitoring of Kerala, Maharashtra and Goa borders.
- Percentage of Covid treatment in private hospitals It was decided to allocate 25 per cent of the beds. Except for Covid, action was taken to provide other treatments adequately.