1. Karnataka: Institutional quarantine only for returnees from 6 states  Times of India
  2. Seven-day institutional quarantine for Karnataka returnees from six high-risk COVID-19 states: SOP  The New Indian Express
  3. Air passengers from 6 states to undergo ‘institutional quarantine’: DGP Karnataka  Hindustan Times
  4. Karnataka government sets new rules for inter-state passengers  Bangalore Mirror
  5. Karnataka reports 138 cases of COVID-19 in a single day, 80% from Maharashtra  The News Minute
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are asymptomatic will have to undergo institutional quarantine for seven days followed by seven days of home quarantine if their test results come negare asymptomatic will have to undergo institutional quarantine for seven days followed by seven days of home quarantine if their test results come neg

Karnataka: Institutional quarantine only for returnees from 6 states | Bengaluru News - Times of India

55% cases concentrated in three wards55% cases concentrated in three wards

142 wards in Bengaluru have no positive cases - The Hindu

In a Twitter post on Saturday morning, the office of DGP, Karanataka announced that “incoming domestic flight passenger from Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Delhi, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Delhi & Madhya Pradesh will undergo 7 day institutional Quarantine”.In a Twitter post on Saturday morning, the office of DGP, Karanataka announced that “incoming domestic flight passenger from Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Delhi, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Delhi & Madhya Pradesh will undergo 7 day institutional Quarantine”.

Air passengers from 6 states to undergo ‘institutional quarantine’: DGP Karnataka - india news - Hindustan Times

“Nariman on the HC's compassion & the SC's lack of it. "Why a recent Karnataka high court order is compulsory reading in Covid times. I salute the judges of the Karnataka HC for their humanitarian approach. Like Abou Ben Adhem “May their tribe increase!”" https://t.co/0zzHmIqA84”

Prashant Bhushan on Twitter: "Nariman on the HC's compassion & the SC's lack of it. "Why a recent Karnataka high court order is compulsory reading in Covid times. I salute the judges of the Karnataka HC for their humanitarian approach. Like Abou Ben Adhem “May their tribe increase!”" https://t.co/0zzHmIqA84"

“67 new COVID-19 cases in Karnataka, 51 people have travel history from Maharashtra https://t.co/IxCBvw9Ld4”

Dhanya Rajendran on Twitter: "67 new COVID-19 cases in Karnataka, 51 people have travel history from Maharashtra https://t.co/IxCBvw9Ld4"

“Breaking: 2 southern states seem to be be striding ahead of the rest in COVID exit plan: Kerala and Karnataka.. both announce opening up of public transport, buses, cabs, salons, parks with safety measures in place .. hope a few others follow.”

Rajdeep Sardesai on Twitter: "Breaking: 2 southern states seem to be be striding ahead of the rest in COVID exit plan: Kerala and Karnataka.. both announce opening up of public transport, buses, cabs, salons, parks with safety measures in place .. hope a few others follow."

“On the first day of #Lockdown4 when more relaxations are allowed...many states like Maharashtra, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka report the highest single day spike in #COVID19”

Marya Shakil on Twitter: "On the first day of #Lockdown4 when more relaxations are allowed...many states like Maharashtra, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka report the highest single day spike in #COVID19… https://t.co/V19nI5aZn7"

Karnataka says 7-day institutional quarantine must for passengers from high-risk states. Get latest Healthcare online at cnbctv18.com Karnataka says 7-day institutional quarantine must for passengers from high-risk states. Get latest Healthcare online at cnbctv18.com

Karnataka says 7-day institutional quarantine must for passengers from high-risk states - cnbctv18.com

Karnataka govt has decided to put every incoming domestic flight passenger from six 'high prevalence states' under strict 7-day institutional quarantine.Karnataka govt has decided to put every incoming domestic flight passenger from six 'high prevalence states' under strict 7-day institutional quarantine.

Karnataka to put air passengers from 6 'high prevalence states' under 7-day quarantine - Republic World

 The Karnataka government on Friday said returnees from six states with high COVID-19 caseload -- Maharashtra, Gujarat, Delhi, Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh -- will be kept in institutional quarantine for seven days. After the returnees test negative for the disease in pool testing, they will be sent for home quarantine for another seven days, it said. The Karnataka government on Friday said returnees from six states with high COVID-19 caseload -- Maharashtra, Gujarat, Delhi, Tamil Nadu, Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh -- will be kept in

Coronavirus: 7-day institutional quarantine for returnees from 6 high-risk states, says Karnataka government | Deccan Herald

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Persons arriving from Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Delhi and Madhya Pradesh will have to be tested even if they are asymptomatic, the government order said.Persons arriving from Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Delhi and Madhya Pradesh will have to be tested even if they are asymptomatic, the government order said.

Karnataka: Test mandatory for returnees from six states | India News,The Indian Express

The state has seen a sudden spurt in cases after inter-state train services were allowed to ferry stranded migrant workers from other parts of the country to KarnatakaThe state has seen a sudden spurt in cases after inter-state train services were allowed to ferry stranded migrant workers from other parts of the country to Karnataka

143 new covid-19 cases in Karnataka, 992 active cases in state

The total number of COVID-19 cases in Karnataka surged to 1,710 after 105 new cases have been confirmed in Karnataka in the last 24 hours, out of which 588 have so far recovered and have been discharged, while 41 have died, State Health Department said on Friday. The total number of COVID-19 cases in Karnataka surged to 1,710 after 105 new cases have been confirmed in Karnataka in the last 24 hours, out of which 588 have so far recovered and have been discharged, while 41 have died, State Health Department said on Friday.

Coronavirus in Karnataka: With 105 new COVID-19 cases, state tally rises to 1,710; death toll at 41 | India News – India TV

After they test negative for the disease in pool testing, they will be sent for home quarantine for another seven days, the government said.After they test negative for the disease in pool testing, they will be sent for home quarantine for another seven days, the government said.

Seven-day institutional quarantine for Karnataka returnees from six high-risk COVID-19 states: SOP- The New Indian Express

3 cases are primary contacts of a 28-year-old returnee from Mumbai.

Mandya in Karnataka now leads state's corona tally

The total number of active cases in the state stands at 1,080.The total number of active cases in the state stands at 1,080.

105 Fresh Covid-19 Positive Cases Raise Karnataka’s Tally To 1,710, Death Toll Stands At 41

Spa and salon staff members have been asked to mandatorily wear masks, head cover, and apron, apart from sanitising hands after each service.Spa and salon staff members have been asked to mandatorily wear masks, head cover, and apron, apart from sanitising hands after each service.

Karnataka Covid-19 wrap: More Maharashtra returnees test positive, 100th Shramik train leaves with migrants | Cities News,The Indian Express

With 63 new Covid-19 cases in Karnataka tally mounts to 1,458 with 40 fatalities – Mysuru Today

Of the all the cases, 966 are active, 570 discharges and 41 deaths.Of the all the cases, 966 are active, 570 discharges and 41 deaths.

Coronavirus: With 116 Fresh Cases, Karnataka’s Tally At 1,578; Most New Patients Travelled From Other States

Among the 105 new cases, about 84 are returnees from neighbouring Maharashtra, two each from Telangana and Delhi, and one from Jharkhand. Among the 105 new cases, about 84 are returnees from neighbouring Maharashtra, two each from Telangana and Delhi, and one from Jharkhand.

Karnataka Records 105 New Covid-19 Infections, Active Cases Breach 1,000 Mark

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