Daijiworld Media Network – Bengaluru (MS)
Bengaluru, Jun 9: The government is going to relax the lockdown in some districts including the capital city as the coronavirus second wave infections have come under control. The second wave lockdown which is implemented by the government is going to end on June 14. After that there is possibility of relaxation of unlock process in phases. The statement given by minister R Ashok also supports this fact.
Ashok said, “After June 14, instead of unlocking all at once, phased withdrawal of lockdown will be done throughout the state. The government is mulling of unlocking the state in five phases. In the first phase there is thought of extending the time of buying essential things from the present 6 am to 10 am to 6 am to 12 noon.
“Experts are of the opinion that people can be allowed to walk in the park. So this activity may be allowed in the first phase of unlocking itself. The final decision will be taken by chief minister B S Yediyurappa in the meeting in which the deputy commissioners and district in-charge ministers will take part,” he said.