COVID-19 : Karnataka allows places of Worship to reopen, processions still banned.

The Karnataka government on Saturday gave further relaxations in the Covid sickness (Covid-19) controls, permitting spots of love to open from Sunday. Be that as it may, these foundations should stringently stick to Covid fitting conduct and Standard Operating Prcedures (SOPs) gave by the concerned divisions, a request from the state government said.

The request, notwithstanding, forestalls jathres, sanctuary celebrations, parades and gatherings.

“Spots of love (Temples, Mosques, Churches, Gurudwaras, and other strict spots) are permitted to open and related exercises relating to the spots of love are allowed from 25-07-2021 stringently sticking to COVID 19 proper conduct and SOP gave by the concerned division. Be that as it may, jathres, sanctuary celebrations, parades, gatherings not permitted,” the request endorsed by N Manjunatha Prasad, Principal Secretary to Govt, Revenue Department, said.

“Event congregations and comparative spots allowed to re-open rigorously holding fast to COVID fitting conduct and following rules gave vide round dated 12.11.2020 by the Health and Family Welfare Department. Be that as it may, water sports/water related experience exercises not permitted,” it further said.

The Karnataka government has been giving stage savvy relaxations in Covid-19 controls since July 5 this year. The night time limitation timings were stretched out and pool permitted to resume, with the request permitting these foundations to rigorously follow Covid-19 conventions.

Weddings and family works are allowed with the presence of not in excess of 100 individuals.

The public authority has likewise permitted incineration and memorial services with a limit of 20 individuals, while public vehicle is permitted to work up to its seating limit.

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