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Karnataka issues Covid restrictions for New Year celebrations

The Karnataka government has declared that no parties will be permitted in the state from December 30 to January 2, 2022. Karnataka’s Chief Minister announced that celebrations are permitted in clubs and restaurants with a 50% seating capacity and no specific event, such as a DJ. Only half of a club’s or restaurant’s capacity will be allowed, and organizing parties and disc jockeys will be prohibited.

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A comprehensive vaccination against COVID-19 is required. There will be no parties or DJs in flats, and residents’ groups will be responsible for ensuring that the regulations are followed. Authorities are prohibiting large-scale meetings in public spaces. This will take place across the state from December 30 to January 2,2022.

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