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DK: Campaign launched to educate the public on mask etiquette

On Monday, a minister in Dakshina Kannada started a campaign encouraging people to wear masks properly to avoid the spread of COVID-19. The campaign “Mask Dharisi, Sariyagi Dharisi” was launched by the district government in association with the Indian Red Cross Society’s (IRCS) district office and the District Working Journalists’ Association (DWJA).

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To fight Covid-19, the minister of fisheries, ports, and inland transport stated it was necessary to wear the mask properly. “The government has imposed night curfews and weekend curfews to protect people’s health.” The most crucial factor in preventing the spread of Covid-19 is people’s cooperation. Masks should be worn by everyone, and they should be worn correctly. The Deputy Commissioner stated that individuals must be educated on how to properly wear masks.

Masks, distancing, and using sanitizers are important to prevent the spread of the virus. The mask should be worn properly so that the nose and mouth are covered. There is no advantage to wearing a mask below the nose or around the neck. Despite several measures, people are seen violating COVID-19 guidelines by holding events. Another lockdown can be avoided if people follow the government’s guidelines regarding distancing, masks, and vaccination.

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