Karnataka government is planning a graded relaxation of lockdown after June 7 if the trend of a drop in fresh cases holds steady in the coming days. As the two-week extended lockdown started on Monday, CM BS Yediyurappa reportedly asked government officials and experts to prepare a roadmap for relaxation of curbs in a phased manner. Experts said the unlocking is likely to be in 3-4 phases. “It was projected that the second wave would recede by June end. Going by the present trend, we can expect it to weaken much earlier,” said Dr S Sacchidanand, chairman of Covid-19 clinical experts’ panel.
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