Bengaluru: Corona virus infection is on the rise in the state. The majority of infections are coming from outside countries. Against this backdrop, the state government has issued a stringent action for the people having seal in hand are not allowed to enter public places.
The state government, which has seriously considered increasing corona virus from outsiders, has further tightened the quarantine rules. The 7-day corporate and 7-day home quarantine was mandatory for those coming from Maharashtra, who have the most corona virus in all.
The quarantine period has now been extended to 21 days as the corona virus infection is commonly visible in people even after completing the specified days of quarantine. The government has thus ordered a 7-day corporate quarantine and a 14-day home quarantine. Residential Welfare Committee members of residential complexes should also inform the police of any such violations. In the quarantine period it is suggested that the people came from outer state should remain at home.
The people having quarantine seal must comply with the mandatory quarantine order. Quarantined are banned from entering the mall, office, shop, hotel and temples. Also, everyone must be checked at the entrance. If the quarantined people appear in public, it has been advised to call the police station helpline 100.