COVID – 19 Certificate is required to enter Public places.
Due to the drastic increase in covid-19 and also New variant Omicron cases around in the cities of Karnataka and also its
affecting the people life , the Karnataka Government have taken a step forward as Health Minister Dr K Sudhakar on
January 07th Friday said that there will be strict rules and regulations will be enforced of as presenting vaccination
certificates before entering any public place. “There will be strict enforcement of presenting vaccination certificates, as a
universal pass, before entering any public place, including markets, malls, pubs, bars, restaurants, etc.,”
Sudhakar further stated that the travellers from other states will be tested for the existing of the virus and COVID-care
centres will be set up in the state. “Travellers from other states will be tested and COVID-care centres are to be set up. We are collaborating with all hotels and educational institutions for institutional quarantine; monitoring of a uniform, transparent hospital bed management system is underway,” he also added “Lockdown is not a remedy. It is now a policy of the past. It was
imposed when we did not have a remedy. Now, we know how to treat a person with an infection. Complete lockdown is not a
matter of consideration for the government. That much clarity the government has because it is working to protect the lives
and interests of people,” Dr. Sudhakar also mentioned. Spoke about Omicron variant of COVID-19, he also said that
the infections are spreading rapidly effecting in six districts— Bengaluru Urban, Bengaluru Rural, Mandya, Mysuru, Udupi and
Kolar. These districts have a high positivity rate. “We are in touch with the district administrations. We will make every effort to bring it down. Though Omicron is not severe, those who have not taken both the jabs of coronavirus
vaccine would suffer. In some cases, deaths may also occur,” he warned.
Written By :Jennifer