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No blanket ban on Mysuru tourist spots | Mysuru News

MYSURU: Much to the relief of the tourism sector, district minister ST Somashekar on Monday said the administration will not impose a blanket ban on tourists in Mysuru district but will only impose some restrictions.
In the wake of the Kodagu district administration imposing a blanket ban on tourists and the rise in cases across the state, stakeholders in Mysuru were worried a similar decision would be imposed. On Sunday, fresh cases touched 200 — the first in two months. However, Somashekar, who reviewed the pandemic situation during a meeting with officials including the district deputy commissioner, police commissioner and superintendent of police, said tourist spots in Mysuru will remain open.
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