Travel restrictions in Delhi, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Kerala, UP: In short


In an effort to curb the fast-spreading pollution of Kovid-19 virus in the state, the Karnataka government has issued a set of guidelines and a night curfew has been imposed in the state from 21 April. Apart from this, the Karnataka government has also added a weekend curfew to fight the Kovid-19 epidemic, effective between 9 am and 6 am.

There is no restriction on the inter-state or inter-state movement of people and goods. Also, no separate permission or pass is required for that. However, 50% of the number of people traveling in buses, maxi-cabs, tempo passengers, and seating capacity in the metro are overshadowed. Other vehicles will also have to follow the limits set by the RTO.

Movement of people through public transport system including metro, KSRTC, BMTC, NEKSRTC, NWSRTC, private buses, trains, taxis, app taxis, auto-rickshaws, etc. is allowed to follow the Kovid-19 protocol prescribed by the state government .

State and Central Government employees, employees of essential services, can transfer and avail of the transport on providing valid ID. Those eligible for vaccination can move and benefit the transport system upon showing minimal evidence. To provide relevant evidence like a ticket, people from and to Karnataka can use public transport or private vehicles.

Required travel is allowed to patients and their assistants and necessary relatives. Those who need medical help can relocate. In case of emergency, doctors or those required to visit hospitals are free to move.

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