KARNATAKA GOVT ORDER Full vaccination must to enter malls, theatres
The Indian Express Delhi|December 04, 2021
THE KARNATAKA government on Friday made malls and theatres out of bounds for people who haven't taken both doses of the Covid-19 vaccine.

THE KARNATAKA government on Friday made malls and theatres out of bounds for people who haven't taken both doses of the Covid-19 vaccine. The new measure came after the detection of two Omicron cases in Bengaluru the first in the country.

“Entry to malls, cinema halls/theatres shall be allowed only to persons who are vaccinated with two doses of COVID 19 vaccine,” the government said in an order issued by Tushar Girinath, Principal Secretary of the Revenue Department.

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