Mysore lockdown | Mysore covid lockdown guidelines.

Mysore lockdown | Mysore covid lockdown guidelines.

Essential trading is only allowed on Mondays and Thursdays from 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. Complete closure for the remaining five days, excluding all essential trades except medical services until June 7th.

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Despite the restrictions imposed by the government, the Mysore district administration has imposed strict restrictions five days a week with complete locks to control the spread of the deadly virus, without any release on COVID-19 cases and deaths. 

Strict restrictions will come into effect from May 29 (Saturday) until June 7.

Mysore covid lockdown guidelines.

Full lock down will be on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. In those days people were forbidden to buy vegetables, groceries and other essentials.

Essential trading is only allowed on Mondays and Thursdays from 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. Banks and government insurance offices have been allowed to operate from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., Deputy Commissioner Rohini Sindhuri said in an order issued on Thursday.

All other services and trade are prohibited under the HOPCOPMs except milk booths, medical services, fruit and vegetable outlets, and reasonably priced shops. Transportation of goods is permitted.

Mysore lockdown | Mysore covid lockdown guidelines.
Mysore lockdown | Mysore covid lockdown guidelines.

The district administration has warned that action will be taken under the Disaster Management Act and other IPC sections if anyone moves in vehicles while the complete lockdown is in effect.

The police were directed to take action against those who violated the order issued by the Deputy Commissioner as the cases and deaths were out of control.

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Mysore has been reporting more than 2,000 cases daily since day one, and the number of active cases is increasing besides the number of deaths.

Based on the district working committee and the working group in the talukas and the inputs from the tahsildars considering the spike in the countryside, the deputy commissioner said he was confident of the need to impose strict restrictions and accordingly ordered a complete lockdown.