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VIJAYAPURA: Amid fresh COVID-19 concerns in various parts of the country and fears of a possible fourth wave of the pandemic, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Tuesday (April 26) indicated that precautionary and surveillance measures should be resumed at airports and border districts. can be started with. Depends on the advice of the center, of the state.

He appealed to the people to follow precautionary measures like wearing masks and maintaining social distance to control the spread of the virus.

 

“Everyone has to follow the precautionary measures, there is no need to worry as there are no hospitalizations, but still we have taken some precautionary measures,” Bommai told reporters here.

In response to a question, he said that last three waves The movement of people from the neighboring states of Maharashtra and Kerala was a matter of concern during the period.

 

He said, “Therefore, based on the advice of the Center after the meeting of the Prime Minister with the Chief Ministers of all the states yesterday, all precautionary and surveillance measures will be taken again at airports and border districts, especially those bordering Maharashtra and Kerala. Will start with.”

With virus concerns once again, the Karnataka government on Monday issued guidelines for wearing of face-masks and maintaining social distancing mandatory.

 

Pointing out that the coronavirus situation is on the rise again, and it has happened in about eight countries, including countries close to India like Thailand, Indonesia, China, Bommai said the numbers have gone up a bit here, Prime Minister has called a meeting. To discuss the precautionary measures to be taken by the Chief Ministers of all the States.

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