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Bangalore, May 9: On Sunday, Bangalore Police Commissioner Kamal Pant urged Karnataka (Karnataka) to strictly follow the guidelines of the people and take stern action against violators before the introduction of strict restrictions like fortnightly fortnightly from May 10. Pant tweeted, “I urge Bangalore to strictly follow the lockdown guidelines from Monday. If we work together, we can only succeed in our fight against COVID-19.”
Stay at home, stay safe. ”
He warned that strict action would be taken against those who violated the guidelines. To curb the spread of Kovid-19, the government announced a lockout from May 10 to 24, as it increased the number of infections and deaths. Read more: Kavid-19: 233 killed in Delhi’s Kavid-19, 130,000 new cases registered
About 50,000 cases of Kovid-19 are being reported in Karnataka every day. The number of medical cases is around six lakh, which is the highest in the country. The death toll has exceeded 18,000. Most of the hospitals in the state, especially in Bangalore, lack beds. The government has announced that private hospitals will save 60 per cent of beds for Kovid-19 patients.