From Monday, there will be no night curfew and schools will open: K’taka eases Covid restrictions

On Saturday, the Karnataka government eased a few Covid-19 restrictions imposed in the first week of January in response to rising cases, and announced that the state’s night curfew will be lifted on Monday (January 31). In the state, online classes will resume on Monday.

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Despite an increase in cases over the last 15 days, the decision was made due to an improved recovery rate and hospitalisation remaining under control.

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there will be no night curfew
there will be no night curfew

Hotels, bars, pubs, and clubs can now operate at full capacity, as opposed to the previous 50 percent limit. The ban on public gatherings, rallies, and protests will be maintained.

The state has increased the number of weddings allowed at venues from 200 to 300. Meanwhile, movie theatres, gyms, and swimming pools will be operating at half-capacity.

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The government of CM Basavaraj Bommai has given its approval to resume offline classes on Monday. Individual classes/sections where a positive case is reported, on the other hand, will be shut down.

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