Bengaluru: The outbreak of the second wave of Corona virus infection across the country seems to be decreasing. In such a situation, after the lockdown and corona curfew, many states are now starting the process of unlocking. At the same time, in some states, the speed of corona infection is not decreasing yet. In this situation, some states will not relax in Corona curfew in their districts more affected by Corona.
In the same sequence, Karnataka’s revenue minister R.K. Ashok has made it clear on Monday that as long as more than 500 Kovid cases are filed daily in a city like Bengaluru, strict steps like lockdown should continue. After the second Kovid wave in April, the state government imposed the Corona curfew from April 27 to May 14.
Although the cases of corona infection are still showing a spurt, health experts have recommended the state government to implement the lockdown. Due to which the lockdown was done for two weeks from May 10 onwards, till May 24. With the gradual reduction in cases, again a two-week lockdown is in force till June 7.
Ashok, who is also the vice-chairman of the Karnataka State Disaster Management Authority (KSDMA), told reporters that it is a positive sign that the number of cases in Bengaluru has come down in the last several months.
Answering a question, Ashok said, “The state government is regularly meeting with experts, officials and other stakeholders to take a decision on future course of action and finalize on continuation or cancellation of the lockdown. The decision will be taken only after June 5 or 6.