Karnataka government's new guidelines on Dussehra; Only 500 people will participate in Mysore's 'Jambu ride'

Rachna Kumari
05/10/2021 16:23 IST
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Karnataka government, guidelines on Dussehra, Kovid-19 guidelines

Karnataka Coronavirus Guidelines: In view of the festive season, Kovid-19 guidelines have been issued by the Government of Karnataka to manage the crowd in markets and public places.

Bangalore.The Karnataka government on Tuesday said only 500 can take part in the 'Jambu Sawari' (elephant parade) to be held on October 15 which is the highlight of the famous Dussehra festival in Mysore. This decision of the government has come at a time when only 10 days are left for Dussehra.

In fact, the state witnessed an acute shortage of hospital beds and oxygen during the second wave of April-May and due to this, COVID-19 guidelines were issued to manage the crowd in markets and public places during the ongoing festive season. Huh.

397 new cases of corona infection in Karnataka, 13 deaths significantly, 397 new cases of coronavirus infection were reported in Karnataka on Monday, while 13 people died due to infection. After the arrival of new cases, the number of infected in the state has increased to 29,78,286, while with the death of 13 other people, the number of people who died of an infection in the state reached 37,832.

693 patients have become infection-free in the state and with this, the number of people who have been cured has increased to 29,28,433. The number of patients under treatment in Karnataka is 11,992.

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