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Covid curbs to continue in the state till Jan 31

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Bengaluru: On Tuesday, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai convened a virtual meeting with members of the Covid-19 Technical Advisory Committee, Health and Family Welfare Minister Dr. K Sudhakar, Home Minister Araga Jnanendra, and senior officials.

The meeting voted to keep the state’s COVID-control measures in place until the end of the month. It implies that the state’s weekend and night curfews will be in effect until the end of the month.

After assessing the prevalence of COVID-19 cases in the schools, including residential schools, and colleges in the respective Taluka, Deputy Commissioners, in consultation with health and education department officers in the district, considering Taluka as a unit, may decide on the closure or functioning of any school or college, according to the guidelines.

On the occasion of the Sankranti and Vaikunta Ekadashi festivals, officials discussed the possibility of crowds gathering at temples and other locations. Both the revenue and endowment departments have been instructed to give necessary directions in order to reduce the excessive number of people crowding.

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