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Have To Fight COVID-19 While Maintaining A Stable Economy, Lockdown Not A Solution: Karnataka Chief Minister

On July 21, Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa said that lockdown is not the solution; COVID-19 restrictions will be placed only in containment zones

Have To Fight COVID-19 While Maintaining A Stable Economy, Lockdown Not A Solution: Karnataka Chief Minister
Highlights
  • Over 80% COVID-19 cases in Karnataka are asymptomatic: CM Yediyurappa
  • Karnataka to follow 5T strategy - Trace, Track, Test, Treat and Technology
  • We have to maintain social distance, wear a mask while going out: CM

Bengaluru: Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa on Tuesday (July 21) said that everyone has to fight COVID-19 while maintaining a stable economy and lockdown is not the solution. While briefing the media after a meeting with Health Minister B Sriramulu and officials here, CM Yediyurappa said, “There will be no lockdown from tomorrow, people need to get back to work, the economy is also very important. We have to fight COVID-19 while maintaining a stable economy. Lockdown is not the solution, now restrictions will be placed only in containment zones.”

Also Read: Karnataka Engages Health Consortium To Provide Remote Home Isolation Monitoring Services To COVID-19 Patients

People who came from Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu added to the COVID-19 cases in Karnataka. Experts have suggested a 5T strategy – Trace, Track, Test, Treat and Technology. Our COVID warriors are working day and night to safeguard the people of the state, we have to maintain social distance, wear a mask while going out, he added.

CM Yediyurappa further said that more than 80 per cent COVID-19 cases in the state are asymptomatic.

Also Read: Karnataka Medical Education Minister Asks Zonal Officers To Follow Strategic Plan For COVID-19

Five per cent need ICU or ventilators, 11,230 beds are kept ready for the use of people including private hospitals, medical colleges. The real-time dashboard is ready to serve the people. Now onwards, test report will be given within 24 hours. SSLC exams were conducted successfully. More than 8 lakh students wrote exams in such a situation, he said.

Commenting upon the allegations of COVID-19 mismanagement labelled by opposition leaders, CM Yediyurappa said, “I request all the opposition leaders not to make unnecessary comments. I request Siddaramaiah, D K Shivakumar and others to suggest us valuably to fight corona together.”

We will give all the details which are required to D K Shivakumar, Siddaramaih, H D Kumaraswamy. Not even one-rupee corruption is done in COVID-19 management. We will give you all details. No official misused any funds, being opposition leaders, you have all rights to check documents, we will provide them, he added.

Taking to Twitter, Health Minister B Sriramulu said that the decision to raise the salary of 2,000 AYUSH doctors to Rs 45,000 was taken in the meeting.

Also Read: Strict Precautions Are Needed To Control COVID-19 In Bengaluru: Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai

“The decision to raise the salary of 2000 AYUSH doctors to Rs 45,000 was taken at a meeting chaired by our Hon. Chief Minister Shri @BSYBJP. Assurance has been given that the demand of private AYUSH doctors too will be reviewed and a decision regarding the same will be taken at the earliest. All doctors who were protesting for the same have withdrawn their resignations and reported to work,” he tweeted.

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