Covid spike scare looms large as people seen on stress even before unlocking of lockdown
With ease of restrictions from June 14 and the return of migrants back to city, it appears that residents will be in a vulnerable situation. As the public is already seen in large numbers ion Bengaluru streets across the city, despite two days remaining for unlocking, there is a fear looming large about the sudden spike in coming days.
Looking at the situation at present, Health Minister K Sudhakar himself admitted he is scared to see Bengaluru City with more public on streets. The minister has said that the City is yet to return to normalcy, but people are seen flaunting rules and warned of consequences.
In places mainly falling under the Central Business District area of City like, Shivajinagar, Majestic, Chickepte, KR Market, and outskirts like Mysuru Road, Yeshwanthpur, Yelahanka and others people movement was seen as one of the reason.
In many places, Covid protocols like maintaining social distance was also not followed.
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