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Kerala, Karnataka buses not to resume service for now

Buses from Karnataka and Kerala are unlikely to operate in each other’s jurisdiction for at least a week. This is because of Kerala’s unacceptable COVID19 condition. As per messages circulated on social media networks, buses between the city and Kasargod may begin service as early as November 1. However, the Dakshina Kannada district government has stated that bus service between the two states will not commence for at least a week.

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In Karnataka, physical classes have started in elementary schools, high schools, and colleges. More than 2,000 Kerala students studying in Karnataka educational institutions must provide coronavirus negative certificates before entering the state. These students, on the other hand, have the option of taking online programs in the meantime. However, the majority of children and their parents choose physical education sessions. Kerala has a corona positive rate ranging from 10 to 14 percent, with Kasargod faring slightly better. The positivity rate in Dakshina Kannada is between 0.4% and 0.45%.

Officials from the Kerala State Road Transport Corporation claim they are ready to run buses to Karnataka, but they are now unable to do so due to a prohibition on their vehicles entering the state. Inter-state buses to Kerala, as per Dakshina Kannada district deputy commissioner, cannot be allowed until the positive rate there falls below 5%. He stated that depending on the scenario at the time, a proper choice will be made after a week.

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