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COVID-19: Upendra appeals to BSY to implement either of these two solutions

Team Udayavani, Apr 10, 2020, 11:21 AM IST

Following nation-wide lockdown owing to spread of COVID-19, many are facing trouble due to this.

While everyone is curious on the steps the government may take to stop the spread of COVID-19, Sandalwood actor Upendra has offered two options to State government on lockdown.

Upendra took to Twitter on Thursday, April 9 and uploaded a poster stating ” A humble request to our honorable  Chief Minister” in which, he requested the Chief Minister to do either one of the two to curb the spread of Coronavirus.

1. 100% Lockdown: Utilize all the government system and ensure to send the essential to doorsteps. (If you keep milk, vegetables or other essentials in one place or market, people will gather there and virus may spread due to this.)

2. Give full responsibility to people and remove complete lockdown: People need to take the responsibility to maintain social distancing, wearing masks and continue to do their work. He stated that people will give priority to their lives and their children.

He also asked that when the lockdown is already imposed, it is not right to scold people who come out of house to buy the essentials.

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