Bangalore, December 03: At least 10 foreigners who have traveled to African countries have disappeared in Bangalore. It comes a day after Karnaraka reported the rapidly growing variant of the Omicron coronavirus in the country.
“After Omicron’s discovery in South Africa, 57 passengers landed in Bengaluru. Of these 57, BBMP could not find the address of 10 passengers,” Karnataka Minister of Health Dr K Sudhakar.
Meanwhile, Karnataka Minister R Ashok has set a deadline tonight to locate and test the missing people.
Speaking after a crucial Amicron variant covid review meeting, Ashok said only full-length vaccines would be allowed in public places like shopping malls, theaters and movie theaters.
Parents of schoolchildren who attend physical classes and teachers, principals and school employees should be fully immunized.
Two doses of the covid vaccine are required to enter movie theaters, shopping malls and theaters.
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No cultural events in schools and colleges until January
No more than 500 people can attend the wedding
Two doses of vaccination compulsory to enter shopping malls and theaters
Covid tests at the airport are essential
No nighttime curfew at this time