Udupi: DC orders release of people who completed seven days in quarantine


Daijiworld Media Network - Udupi (MS)

Udupi, May 28: Deputy commissioner (DC) G Jagadeesha has taken out an order in which he has stated that people from outstation states and overseas countries who have completed seven days in quarantine will be released on Thursday, May 28 itself. This is accordance with the order taken out by the state government.

The DC, in his order said, "Those who completed seven days of institutionalized quarantine have to undergo seven days of mandatory home quarantine. If they develop any symptoms of Covid-19 in 14 days, they should report the same to the local primary health care centre or health department.

"Those who get released and go for home quarantine, should install home quarantine app in their mobile. There is Geo penning in this app which will track everyone. If home quarantine rule is violated for the first time, the person will be given a warning. If the offense is repeated for second time, a criminal case will be booked against the erring person. This new rule of the state government will give freedom for more than 8,000 people."

 

 

  

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  • Kiran, Udupi

    Fri, May 29 2020

    5200 reports yet to come.. And those people sent home.. We had examples like 2 tests negative and 3rd one positive.. For first time I didn't liked the decision of DC

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Thu, May 28 2020

    I'll have to meet personally this HON DC to determine WHAT he is upto??

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  • Paul dsouza, balakunje

    Thu, May 28 2020

    Dear Sir,
    its highly suggested at time to stop sieze other state people entering in to Karnataka...with immediate effect....specially from Mumbai.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Thu, May 28 2020

    I will advise DC G Jagadeesha to use his own intelligence to fight Corona Virus ...

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  • Sameer, Saudi

    Fri, May 29 2020

    First u advise mumbai govt dept.... Bcz. Mumbai having more covid 19 ..... And udupi dc is educated he is IAS...... He dont need any advise he know to handle covid 19 better than Mumbai

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  • sri_elder, Karkala

    Thu, May 28 2020

    To be safer side... Impose home quarantine for all the inmates of the house... for minimum 15 days... or 30 days..

    That will save entire locality or Village lockdown..

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  • Anonymous, Udupi

    Thu, May 28 2020

    I think it's time for the state government to impose only home quarantine.The government can utilise that money for the welfare of healthcare provider professionals who are selflessly going about with their duties.
    As citizens it is our responsibility to obey the law and stay at home during quarantine.
    Follow good hygiene, wear mask in public places, wash hands frequently.
    Covid 19 has come to stay, accept the truth

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  • ARMANDO, urwa

    Thu, May 28 2020

    Think positive or be corona positive

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  • Lanslara, Mangalore

    Thu, May 28 2020

    Great Move by Deputy commissioner (DC) G Jagadeesha . respectful salute from this end God Bless you sir

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  • sri_elder, Karkala

    Thu, May 28 2020

    I understand the struggle of managing 8000 people...

    Please do medical checkups and release them...

    Doubtful or suspects retain them!

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  • Ivan Fernandes, Ashoknagar / Dubai

    Thu, May 28 2020

    Would appreciate if the DC or any other authorities explain how geofencing is enforced through the app. The app is on the phone. So what happens if the person on home quarantine leaves the phone at home and goes roaming everywhere. How will the geo fencing work under such a situation?

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  • Pinchoos, Mangalore

    Thu, May 28 2020

    This govt doesn't think at all before taking any decision.. no wonder they are so hell bent against intellectuals... they want all the smart one's to go to Pakistan... The dumber the public better chances of winning elections... Can easily claim that India has an appx 38pc dumb population

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  • Johnny, Mangalore

    Thu, May 28 2020

    The tracking authorities are happy if the phone location shows home. The person may roaming somewhere else. Is there a lack of intelligence in decision making??

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  • Neri neerude, Neerude

    Thu, May 28 2020

    But how the quarantine people arrived fromthe gulf quarrinte here and how they safe

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  • Pankaj, Mangalore

    Thu, May 28 2020

    In coming days it will reduce to two days. Latter on oneself to quarantine at home itself. Life is become same like musical chair. Do not know who left out without chair in god's play. So please enjoy today. Dont think of tommorow.

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  • Sahil, Mangaluru

    Thu, May 28 2020

    Please confirm applicable to gulf returnees as well..

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  • Sanjay, Hebri

    Thu, May 28 2020

    What if that person keeps his phone on home and rome outside?

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  • Monty Dotor, Mangalore

    Thu, May 28 2020

    Probably he feels the phone transmits the virus not humans.

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