BBMP was told to announce one party when three cases were reported in a house or premises simultaneously
The Karnataka government has instructed all homeowners’ organizations to allow access to people who have taken two doses of COVID-19 vaccine.
The government has also instructed residents to conduct community meetings with only those who have received two doses of COVID-19 vaccine.
A briefing on the government’s efforts to establish a Omicron coronavirus in Karnataka, Prime Minister Basavaraj Bommai said, with two Omicron convictions, Mr Bommai said the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) had been instructed to make a statement. clusters where three cases of disease were reported in a house or premises simultaneously. In the past, BBMP has announced as many as 10 people with the disease.
Recognizing the two types of groups – educational institutions and accommodation in Bengaluru – the Prime Minister instructed the development agency and the Health and Family Welfare department to be vigilant to prevent the spread of the disease in the city.
With skepticism about the vaccine being raised in some areas, BBMP was asked to promote vaccine use in Bengaluru.
Mr Bommai said, at a meeting on December 3, he advised the Department of Health and Family Welfare to get a comprehensive report on Omicron’s treatment plans. “Only the first report has been received. I have advised the department to obtain a detailed report on the provision of a new vaccine for the virus, “the Prime Minister said.
Instructions are provided for the COVID-19 test for all students and nursing staff and medical institutions.
The Ministry of Health and Family Health and BBMP have been advised not to take any chances and establish a vaccine trial by forcing them to comply with COVID-19. The test has been approved for health workers, people over the age of 65 and people with co-morbidities, he said.
Bommai said the fifth phase of the State House would take place from December 13 to 24 in Belagavi in strict compliance with COVID-19. The Secretariat will carry out the task of cleaning the house and preparing the living in both Houses of Parliament. District officials have been instructed to allow only those with a Suvarna Soudha vaccine.