With rising Covid cases, new guidelines implemented in Karnataka

Bengaluru, Jun 29 (IANS): The Karnataka government on Wednesday implemented a new set of guidelines as the Covid cases rose in the state. 

In view of the changing scenario, all residents of an apartment have been asked undergo Covid test if more than 15 infections are reported.

Also, the new guideline has specified that there is no need to seal the school or apartment if cases of Covid infections are found. It has been advised to close down the club house, swimming pool, sports lounge and office of the apartments.

In the wake of the surge in cases, the state government is mulling to impose fine for not wearing masks at public places.

The Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) on Covid-19 has made this recommendation to contain the possible pandemic situation in the state. The health department is seriously considering the advice and is expected to take call over the issue in a week.

The TAC has made this recommendation in the wake of a spike in the number of Covid cases and finding the sub lineages of Omicron. During the second wave the government had imposed a Rs 250 fine on the people for not wearing masks.





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  • Dev, Mangalore

    Thu, Jun 30 2022

    Watch video on YouTube by Dr BCR about RTPCR tests. He tested many insects to tomato and hurray all tested positive in government lab and all were healthy. African leader had done the same and goat and papaya tested positive and for exposing the scam he was eliminated by the elites. Only people can stop this agenda as leaders can't stand against them and risk their position.

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  • Daniel, Mangalore

    Thu, Jun 30 2022

    @ Rudolf, Disease X nothing but Injuries and deaths due to Elite and Communist leaning WHO and their BigPharma's not long and animal tested, emergency approved experimental vaccines. Like many heart attacks, brain hemorrages, bleeding diseases. These may claim that there are unknown although knowing or put blame on as new viral Diseases. (This population control vaccines these are trying to push since 2009 SARS pandemic, Some whistleblower stopped then. This time looks like they have controlled or censored media as well as their BigTech)

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  • Praveen, Mangalore

    Thu, Jun 30 2022

    Like blood test collection do COVID test collection ??

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  • Cynthia, Dk

    Wed, Jun 29 2022

    If government asks jabardast covid tests like this .who is responsible if healthy people catch covid from the test centres ??? Any sense ???

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Wed, Jun 29 2022

    Recently one young boy, in our family circle, fell to Gullian Barre syndrome immediately after taking the jab, and is now fully paralyzed, on ventilator support!! They are cursing the jab now!

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Wed, Jun 29 2022

    Has anybody heard of Disease X:: "WHAT IS DISEASE X? According to the World Health Organization, "Disease X symbolises the knowledge that a pathogen which is now unknown to cause human disease could be the source of a severe global epidemic." The phrase "Disease X" was used by the organisation three years ago to describe a potential disease that has not yet been identified but could one day trigger an epidemic. In a nutshell, "Disease X" represents everything that is unknowable. The UN Health agency has created research roadmaps, target product profiles, and trial designs for testing the tools for a list of priority ailments, including two Coronaviruses and an unexplained illness called "Disease X," according to the WHO Director-General."

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