More than 10,000 people stamped in Bengaluru in 2 days in the wake of coronavirus

Working together like a well-oiled machine, BBMP and Bangalore Police have come together
to identify the people who needed to be stamped regarding home quarantine. They have now stamped over 10,000 people in just 2 days.

The whole task was carried out by the combined efforts of 600 teams which included BBMP, Bangalore City Police and health officials. They identified the people and went to their homes to let them know they had to be quarantined. With India’s 21 day lockdown, all state governments have taken swift and steady action to make sure that the country still runs smoothly and no new cases should spread elsewhere.



As per BH Anil Kumar (BBMP Commissioner)’s tweet, 500 more teams were reportedly sent out on Tuesday, March 24, to stamp 10,000 more individuals across the city. While sharing advice on hygiene measures to be followed, the official also added that visitors at home should be avoided during this period. Bengaluru City Police Commissioner, Bhaskar Rao has also said that any home quarantined person found in public places will be arrested and sent to a government quarantine.