Karnataka Lockdown rules attached

Karnataka lockdown: What is not allowed
*Metro Rail, taxi and bus services (except while hired for emergency).
*Schools and colleges (Online/ distance learning is permitted).
*Cinemas, shopping malls, stadiums and swimming pools.
*Social, political, sports, entertainment, cultural, religious functions and other gatherings and congregations.
*Religious places will remain closed for the public.
*No movement of public or private buses or passenger vehicles.
*Hotels, restaurants, liquor shops and hospitality services can only act as takeaway and home delivery.(home delivery allowed)
*Inter-state and intra-state movement of passenger vehicles allowed in cases of emergencies or as permitted.

Karnataka lockdown: What is allowed”
*Flights and trains: Tickets will act as a pass for movement of person.
*Karnataka government offices
*Departments dealing with health
*Municipal administration
*District administration
*Medical education.
*Police, civil defence, defence, fire and emergency services.
*Water, electricity and sanitation.
*Government of India offices such as defence, defence PSUs, armed police forces.
*Petroleum, CNG, LPG, PNG, power generation and disaster management.
*Banks, RBI regulated financial markets
*Microfinance institutions
*The Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme.
*Homes for children, disabled, mentally challenged, senior citizens, destitutes and women.
*Agriculture activities, supply chain of essential goods
*Movement of all types of goods and cargo
*Manufacturing wholesale, retail, large brick and mortar stores or e-commerce companies
*Groceries shops will open from 6 am to 10 am
* Fruits, vegetables, dairy shops and milk booths (6 am to 10 am)
* Meat and fish and animal fodder (all from 6 am to 10 am.)
* All food processing and related industries.
*Construction activities and repair work.
*Print and electronic media.
*Construction activities with in-situ labourers/workers
*Road works
* Marriages (only with 50 persons in attendance)
*Cremations or funerals (only with five persons in attendance) more  

Shops open from 6am to 10am, as per the guidelines if old wine in new bottle.. Most shops open only by 9am. So, the delivery services say "partner not available" or delivery charges are tooooo high (₹315 del charge for grocery of ₹250 from a store 5 kms away !!). If shops are open from 8 am to 12 noon, it may be better and markets from 6am to 10am. more  
That’s true ! more  
If only the central and state governments had looked at what happened in western world wrt the 2/3 waves of covid and also listened to expert's advise including WHO, we would not have been in the dire situation that we find ourselves now. Union health ministry failed miserably as it did not raise it's voice. Lockdowns could have been avoided. Even vaccination rollout is also faulty without understanding the production capacity, availability and distribution matrix. more  
Which Expert advice? can you cot any 2 of them, According to my understanding Ministry or Governments can't do any thing more then arranging an treatment.

Government Can't stop spared of disease! it can be don only by me and you (As we scold servants and service providing labor worker to wear mask We Must try to help them understanding what is pandemic) because if we don't they will understand on they won only after loosing loving one "which may be Frightening" more  
Why should liquor shops be open ? 1. These are outlets which attract maximum crowds . 2. It encourages bad behaviour - conduct , waste of money and lose their balance 3. This is not an essential ! more  
May be you are making this comment based on your habit or psyche. People buy liquor with their own money and not yours. If you have courage and inclination ask the Government to ban production and sale of liquor. Do you have the spine to do that Mr/Ms Anonymous? more  
First of all this is no lockdown at all. Take it from me this so called lock down will have no impact in the number of people affected and the number of people succumbing the Virus. This sort of as lock down is only to inconvienience the people. The state Government should either declare a complete lockdown or declare a lockdown at all. Liquor outlets will be open for pacel service, Restaurants will be open for parcel service. Trains and flights will continue but no one can use their own vehicles or cabs. Vegetable shops, mutton shops etc will remain open for people to purchase but no one should come out of their houses. WEonder what sort of a margasoochi is this? more  
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