Bengaluru Lockdown Today: In the wake of the rapid increase in the number of cases being reported from Bengaluru, a 33-hour lockdown has been imposed from Saturday 8 PM to Monday 5 AM in Bengaluru. Earlier, the state had announced Sunday lockdowns starting from July 5. Earlier too, Bengaluru observed Sunday lockdown. But this time, it’s more stringent. Also Read - New Zealand Extends Lockdown in Auckland For 12 Days Due to Rising COVID-19 Cases

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“Respected Citizens, just stay home and don’t ask for exceptions as this is being done in everybody’s interest, heavens won’t fall if you postpone by a day. Please exercise self-discipline and cooperate. Happy Sunday,” Bengaluru Police Commissioner Bhaskar Rao tweeted on Saturday. This makes it clear that nothing apart from essential services are allowed. Also Read - India Doubles Shuttler N Sikki Reddy, Physiotherapist Kiran C Test Positive For Coronavirus During National Camp

1. Only essential services — milk, medicine — shops will be open.

2. No home delivery of non-essential items allowed. A Twitterati asked the police commissioner whether the food-delivery apps will be functional. And here is the reply.

3. Meat shops will remain open, according to reports.

4. All shops apart from essential services will remain closed. All market will remain closed.

5. No cycling is allowed as well.

Earlier, the government had said that on locked down Sunday, weddings fixed beforehand will be allowed. People arriving at the city from outside will have a tough time on Sunday as most vehicles will be out of bound.

A total of 1,172 cases were from Bengaluru Urban alone on Saturday; apart from 24 deaths.