Mangaluru: Amid rising cases, all buses to Kasargod suspended for one week


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru, Aug 1: With rising number of Covid-19 cases in Kerala and fears of the third wave of deadly virus gripping Karnataka, all government and private bus movements between Kerala and Karnataka have been suspended for a week.

This was announced by MP Nalin Kumar Kateel during a meeting held at the DC's office here on Saturday July 31.

"Due to rise in Covid cases in the neighbouring state, movement of KSRTC and private bus to Kasargod has been suspended for 7 days starting from August 1," Nalin Kumar said.


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"The positivity rate has increased in Dakshina Kannada district in the past few days, and hence the district administration has intensified testing at the borders. We are taking all preventive measures to control the spread of the virus.

"For a week, bus movement will be suspended from Mangaluru to Kerala's Kasargod district. It is mandatory for students coming from Kerala to Mangaluru to carry Covid negative certificate. They will be under quarantine in their respective hostels, and the officials concerned need to keep an eye on them," he said.

Deputy commissioner Dr K V Rajendra said, "We need to take measures to conduct more Covid tests in the district. Covid patients should be admitted to Covid care centres and if they are found moving unnecessarily, then FIR should be filed against them. If there are more than two cases in a house, then that house will be considered as a micro containment zone."

 

 

  

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  • RAJATESH, Mangalore

    Sun, Aug 01 2021

    I request DC to do mass covid test to all the people of mangalore.Isolate every on who is positive and its closed contacts.This one will help to controll the covid and variants.Its my request

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Thane

    Sun, Aug 01 2021

    Karnataka is scared of the Covid Delta Variant ...

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  • k b r, Mangala Uru

    Sun, Aug 01 2021

    not 1 week, do it for 1 year ...

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  • kabeer, Mangalore

    Sun, Aug 01 2021

    boss I don't have a car

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  • Dr Kusuma Kumari Gunji MBBZ DGO (DNB), Nellore Kodyadka

    Sun, Aug 01 2021

    I feel the decision to stop transport between Mangalore and Kasaragod is wrong as the district of Kasaragod I'd depended on Mangalore for many needs. A total blunder indeed

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  • Udupi citizen, udupi

    Sun, Aug 01 2021

    Then they could followed the guidelines of covid 19 .... Day by cases are increasing ... Don't suspended bus for week make it till this pendamic is over ... In india if 3rd wave will widely spreading Kerala State is responsible for it ...

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  • Shankar, Mangaluru

    Sun, Aug 01 2021

    Doctor, the blunder was that your government relaxed all covid norms during Eid to appease Muslims, in spite of the common knowledge that these people will not behave responsibly!

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