Karnataka govt has extended COVID-19 lockdown till June 14.
Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa on June 2 had hinted that strict measures may continue, saying coronavirus has not completely come under control in the sate and cases are still high in rural areas.
He, however, indicated that relaxation may be given to certain sectors, as he announced that export oriented businesses will be allowed to operate from Thursday, as reported by PTI.
The state on June 3 recorded 16,387 new COVID-19 cases and 463 deaths in the last 24 hours, this has made the Karnatagovernment
The test positivity rate dropped further to 11.22 percent as recoveries which was 21,199 continued to outnumber new infections across the state.