Updated: November 7, 2021 11:56:09 am
The Karnataka government on Friday announced the withdrawal of the night curfew that has been in place in the state since April this year amid the second wave of Covid-19,turkey vs italy prediction infections.
The night curfew, effective from 10pm to 5am, has been withdrawn with immediate effect, Chief Secretary P Ravi Kumar said in a notification.,basketball need to knows
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ncaa women's basketball jacket,“Since there was a sharp drop in the number of Covid cases, we requested the state government to withdraw the night curfew. Most of the hotels receive customers after 10pm… Bars usually receive customers at night. Staff working in the second shift at most of the hotels lost their jobs. This order brings respite to everyone,” Bruhat Bengaluru Hotels Association President PC Rao said.
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