Omicron impact: 10-day night curfew from Dec 28 in Karnataka
According to new measures, all commercial activities will be shut between 10pm and 5am from Tuesday.
Bengaluru: Karnataka Government has decided to impose a 10-day night curfew from December 28 and restrict entry to hotels, bars, pubs and movie halls to 50 per cent, given the surge in Omicron cases.
The decision to clamp the night curfew was taken in the meeting chaired by Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai with cabinet colleagues and officials to discuss measures to control the spread of the Omicron variant.
According to new measures, all commercial activities will be shut between 10pm and 5am from Tuesday.The occupancy will be limited to 50 per cent of the total seating capacity of hotels, restaurants, bars, pubs and movie halls.
What are the decisions?
--Complete ban on all kinds of new year parties in public places/large events
--Booster doses for people above 60 years, people with comorbidities, healthcare and front line worker
--Vaccine for 15-18 years age will commence from January 3
--From January 10, the healthcare/frontline workers/ above 60 yrs/with comorbidities, 3rd booster or preventive dose will be administered
--The Government will monitor the situation for the first 10 days and then to review the decision