Amidst the scare of the Omnicron variant, the Karnataka government has issued fresh guidelines to control the spread of the new variant of the virus. The state government released the guidelines on Friday after two cases of Omnicron were detected.
What will remain closed?
*According to the fresh guidelines, entry in malls, cinema halls will only be given to the people who are fully vaccinated.
*The cultural activities/fests, functions have been postponed till January 15, next year in all educational institutions, due to the wake of the spread of the new variant of the virus.
*The gatherings will be very limited and there will a strict number for that as in the gatherings only 500 people will be allowed and that should take place according to Covid appropriate behaviour.
*Parents of children below 18 going to schools, colleges should be vaccinated with both doses of Covid vaccines.
*Airports in the state will test all incoming passengers for Covid-19. Passengers will be allowed to leave the premises only after their test reports come in.
What are the things that people need to keep in mind if they are in Karnataka?
Those who are travelling to Karnataka need to keep in mind that they will not be allowed to leave the airport until their coronavirus report is out.
Earlier, in the state, two cases of Omnicron were reported and soon after that CM on Thursday met Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya and discussed administering a booster dose of the vaccine against COVID-19 to health workers.
In other news, the Gurugram Police on Friday detained several right-wing activists who were chanting Jai Shri Ram to disrupt Jumma prayer which was being offered at Sector 37 of Gurugram by the members of the Muslim community.