Amid the rising number of omicron cases in the state, the Karnataka government on Tuesday announced that no party or mass gathering will be allowed in the state from December 30 to January 2.
This decision was taken keeping in view the situation of COVID-19 and the increasing number of cases of Omicron type of Novel Coronavirus. Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai told reporters, “We held a meeting with experts through video conference regarding the celebration of the new year keeping in view the matters related to COVID-19 and Omicron.”
• Mass gatherings will remain banned in the national capital Bengaluru as well as in other parts of Karnataka.
• It will be in force from December 30 to January 2 in view of the approaching New Year and the possibility of mass gatherings.
• No parties or events like holding disc jockeys in clubs and restaurants will be allowed.
• Clubs and restaurants will be allowed to operate at 50 percent capacity only.
• Similarly, there will be no party or DJ in the apartment and the residents’ association will have to ensure that the rules are not violated.
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