Limited to one hundred people for meeting-ceremony; Coroner’s notice ignored K. Sudhakar

Source: UNI

Bangalore: Medical Education Minister Dr K Sudhakar said the government has decided to take stern action against those who neglect coronary control measures.

Speaking at a press conference after a meeting of experts and senior officials, he said that the government would take action against those who do not wear a mask, do not have physical distance, and allow people to enter the meeting. The Chief Minister said that an official order would be issued within a couple of days after discussing with him.

Coronavirus infection in the state has been rising for the past two months after the lockdown was cleared. The public is ignoring the instructions of the government. The only way out is to enforce stricter law. He said strict punishment and fines were inevitable against those who did not follow the government’s guidelines.

Recently, political, religious and cultural gatherings have been on the rise and people are playing a part. It has been noticed that the infection is spreading rapidly. It is decided to shut down such ceremonies. The final decision will be taken in consultation with the District of Infected. Experts and officials already explained that some suggestions have been made.


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