Coronavirus Quarantine: 35 People Flout Home Quarantine Per Day In Bengaluru

Ankita Chetana |Apr 06, 2020

Several people in Bengaluru, India are breaking the rule of coronavirus quarantine at home and all of them were shifted to the mass quarantine centers of this state.

It is reported that 35 people in Bengaluru violate the rules of coronavirus quarantine at home each day. Throughout last week, the Department of Health and Family Welfare was busy seeking all of them. Earlier, there was another rule formed that everyone under home quarantine has to send their hourly selfies to the government, however, not many people are obeying this rule.

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Passengers in Bengaluru couldn't keep calm while home quarantining

Due to several cases of escaping coronavirus quarantine at home, the department has asked police to intervene and booked some slots in mass quarantine centers for them as well. Many of them are students and doctor software engineers coming back from overseas and got stamped to home quarantine for 2 weeks.

Those breaking the rules have been taken to Akash Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Center at Devanahalli. On April 4, 371 people from Bengaluru were sent to the quarantine center. An official from the department claimed:

"With 15 minutes, our squads reach the spot and verify the details. If the person has not completed the mandatory 14-day home quarantine, he/she is shifted to the hospital."

People Violating Home Quarantine
Those who violate the home quarantine rule are sent to institutional quarantine centers

Thanks to phone calls from other people via the police or the Health Department's helpline, people with stamps have been quickly founded on the streets or some popular places. They also call when notifying any foreigner around the areas. The official continued:

"People are panicking and calling us if they see foreigners. But we go and verify the details by looking at their passport and have found that many of the foreigners do not have any travel history. However, we do want the public to call us if they are suspicious and feel that a person is breaking the home quarantine rules."

According to the official, there have been about 95 calls from people in Bengaluru and 12 cases were found when breaking the rule of coronavirus quarantine at home. 40 enforcement squads including a policeman and an AYUSH doctor execute the Epidemic Diseases Act in this state.

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