Karnataka hotels to open after 40 days of lock down

COVID19: Karnataka hotels to open after 40 days of lock down

Cyber centres can be opened. However, only print outs are permitted. (Credit: AFP Photo)

After 40 days of lock down, Hotels in Kodagu will resume operations from Wednesday, with certain restrictions.

People from the working class were largely dependent on hotels for breakfast and meals. But owing to lock down, the labourers were put to a great difficulty.

As Kodagu is now in green zone with respect to COVID-19 status, the district administration has allowed the hotels to provide food to people, only in the form of parcels. The hotels would be open on four days in a week - on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and on Fridays, between 6 am and 4 pm.

Hotel owners have provided the information on the same on social networking sites. Some hotels in Madikeri city limits will offer home delivery of food, on prior order. Parota, Biriyani, Kabab and 'Pattar' will be available.

Cyber centres can be opened. However, only print outs are permitted.

Services which would still have restrictions are : Single or multi-branded malls, shopping complexes, theatres, multiplexes, jims, swimming pools, sports, public meets, functions, temple festivals, shandy and religious centres, tourist destinations, lodges, resorts, home stays, clubs and pubs, all types of liquor outlets, beauty parlours and salons, driving schools, travel agencies, public laundries, dry wash shops, sale of tobacco products, training centres and coaching classes, jewellery showrooms and public transport.