Bengaluru: After Maharashtra, Karnataka on Wednesday announced night curfew between 11pm and 5am from December 24 to January 2 across the state as a precautionary measure amid concerns over a new Covid-19 variant spreading in the UK.
After a high-level meeting, CM BS Yediyurappa tweeted that night restrictions will be imposed across the state , with stringent restrictions. “Midnight mass on December 24 on account of Christmas can be held without any obstruction as per norms issued earlier,” he clarified in another tweet.
All passengers coming from foreign will have to undergo COVID-19 RT-PCR tests within 72 hours. All arrangements have been made at the airport to conduct tests. Health staff have been deployed there to ensure no one enters the city without getting tested, Yediyurappa said.