In the guidelines issued by the Government of Karnataka, it has been said that in view of the increasing cases of Corona, only 50 percent of the people will be able to sit in the cinema halls.
Only 50 percent of the audience will be able to sit in the cinema hall in Karnataka
Coronavirus cases are increasing rapidly in Karnataka. Daily shocking figures of Corona are coming out of the state. The state government has also become cautious about increasing cases of infection. In view of this, the government has released a new guideline for the cinema hall.
In the guidelines issued by the Government of Karnataka, it has been said that in view of the increasing cases of Corona, only 50 percent of the people will be able to sit in the cinema halls. The government has directed cinema hall officials to allow only 50 percent of the audience to sit in the hall. However, the officials appealed to the Chief Minister and said that the online booking of films has been done, due to which there will be a huge loss. It is known that the guidelines issued by the government for cinema halls will be applicable from 7 April.
Karnataka government extends the implication of its order regarding 50% seating capacity in cinema halls, to be applicable from April 7 pic.twitter.com/MdrMhL4po9
– ANI (@ANI) April 3, 2021
Ban on 15 days of protests and rallies
In view of the increasing cases of corona in the state, the Government of Karnataka has closed schools for classes VI to IX. Apart from this, the gym swimming pool will also be closed. Rallies and dharnas have also been banned. Not only this, it is also not allowed to organize any kind of meeting at temples or places of worship. The state government has banned the protests or rallies in Karnataka for the next 15 days.
At the same time, 4,373 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported in Karnataka on the previous day and 19 people died due to infection. The total number of infected in the state has increased to 10.10 lakh and the number of dead has increased to 12,610.
36,614 patients undergoing treatment in the state
The Health Department said on Saturday that 1,959 patients were discharged from the hospital after being free of infection the previous day. Out of a total of 4,373 new cases surfaced on Saturday, 3,002 cases were reported from Bengaluru alone. So far, 10,10,602 cases of infection have been confirmed in the state, out of which 12,610 people have died and 9,61,359 people have become infection free.
There are 36,614 patients undergoing treatment in the state, out of which 36,287 patients are in stable condition. According to the bulletin, 6-6 people have died in Bangalore and Mysuru in the last 24 hours. At the same time, three patients have died in Hassan, two in Mandya, one in Kalburgi and one patient in Tumkuru.
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