Mysuru, March 26:- “The whole country is under lockdown and Karnataka is no exception. Responding to the call given by the government, people have stayed indoors. Fortunately, no fresh cases of coronavirus have been reported in Mysuru,” Police Commissioner Dr Chandragupta said at a press meet in the city on Wednesday.
“People have come to villages from Bengaluru. Those who have come from Bengaluru are in self-isolation. Amidst lockdown, the public will get needy house items. There should not be any rush. If there is any problem, bring it to our notice. I personally thank private medical organisations and hospitals. Private hospitals have agreed to co-operate with us. Various organisations have also come forward to provide food to the homeless,” he added.
“We are following the instructions of the government. Those who have come from Bengaluru should not come out. Don’t go to neighbouring houses. Vegetable markets should follow safety measures while selling vegetables. We are also planning to allow the sale of vegetable in grounds where there is more space. Only one person from a family should come out. If you have own vehicle, use only one vehicle. If the police question you, please cooperate with them,” he added. (MR\KS).