Marshals will be deployed in marriage halls to ensure Covid guidelines are followed. Not more than 500 people are allowed in a gathering and face mask is compulsory for all: Karnataka Health Minister Dr. K Sudhakar (file photo)
100% occupancy allowed for 4 weeks in the cinema halls in Karnataka. The decision has been taken after meeting with film chamber members and senior actors like Shiva Rajkumar, on the directions of CM Yediyurappa: Dr K Sudhakar, Karnataka Minister for Health and Medical Education
1.38 lakh people have been administered the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine in Karnataka; 2 crore people will be vaccinated in the second phase: State Health Minister Dr K Sudhakar (file photo)
COVID19 vaccination drive will be conducted at more centres from tomorrow onwards. People should have faith in the vaccine. Those who got vaccinated should follow the guidelines: Karnataka Health & Medical Education Minister Dr K.Sudhakar (file photo)
Karnataka Health Minister K Sudhakar visits Bengaluru's Manipal Hospital to inspect #COVID19 vaccination process on second day of the drive. "Doctors expect around 70-80% turn out today. Whatever issues we faced yesterday in the CoWIN app, will be sorted out by Monday," he says.
11 UK returnees have tested positive for new coronavirus strain in the state: Karnataka Health Minister K Sudhakar
Three people have tested positive for the UK variant of coronavirus infection in Karnataka. We have identified their primary and secondary contacts and they are also in isolation. We are closely monitoring their health: Karnataka Health Minister Dr K Sudhakar
We request people who have returned from abroad in the last 14 days especially from the countries including United Kingdom, Netherlands and Denmark to undergo RT-PCR test, in view of the new strain of Coronavirus: Dr K Sudhakar, Karnataka Health Minister
Strict action will be taken against hotels, party halls and organisers that will allow mass gathering on the occasion of Christmas and New Year. We request people to continue wearing masks: Dr K Sudhakar, Karnataka Health Minister (File pic)
During New Year people congregate in large numbers in public places in Bengaluru & other urban areas. We need to avoid this. So state government has issued guidelines stating prohibition of celebration in public: Dr K Sudhakar, Karnataka Health Minister
Karnataka: State Medical Education Minister Dr K Sudhakar today held a video conferencing with Kerala Health Minister KK Shailaja Teacher. Both the ministers discussed protocols for testing, quarantine and treatment for #COVID19 , followed by both the states in detail.