Events at all educational institutions in the state have been postponed until January 15 of next year.
Events at all educational institutions in the state have been postponed until January 15 of next year. (Photo courtesy: PTI)
Karnataka State Revenue Minister R Ashoka informed that the state government has postponed all events in educational institutions until January 15, 2022. He further informed that citizens will not will be allowed to enter theaters, multiplexes and shopping malls only if they are fully vaccinated.
Speaking to the press, he said: âThe government has postponed all events in educational institutions until January 15. Citizens are only allowed to enter theaters, multiplexes, shopping centers if they are fully vaccinated. No change in the number of people (maximum 500) allowed to attend the wedding. functions.”
Investigation of the first reported cases
The state revenue minister further stated that the state government had ordered an investigation into the first âOmicronâ case on the RTPCR reports.
He explained, âThe person stayed in a hotel and had a few meetings there. After that he left for Dubai so there are 2 reports one positive and one negative which is questionable. The laboratory must be investigated.
He added that “the police commissioner of the city of Bengaluru will monitor the investigation. We will find, track and test the missing passengers from South Africa today.”
Chief Minister’s Meeting
Yesterday, two cases of the Omicron variant of Covid-19 were detected in Karnataka and Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai chaired a meeting to discuss the COVID-19 situation and the two Omicron cases today, Friday.
(With ANI inputs)
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