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Home quarantined in Karnataka asked to send selfies to govt every hour

Karnataka Medical Education Minister Dr K Sudhakar directed all home quarantined persons to enroll themselves and send their selfies on an hourly basis.

Indians, airlifted from Wuhan, undergo tests at a quarantine facility in New Delhi 	Photo: PTI
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The home quarantined coronavirus suspects and patients will have to send their selfies on the Quarantine Watch, a mobile application developed by Karnataka government's revenue department to keep a track of the isolated persons.
The government warned the home quarantined people that they will be sent to mass quarantine centres if they violate the rule.
In a press release, Karnataka Medical Education Minister Dr. K Sudhakar directed all home quarantined persons to enroll themselves and send their selfies on an hourly basis.
"All persons under order of Home Quarantine shall send their selfie to government every one hour from home," Sudhakar said in a

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First Published: Mar 31 2020 | 11:20 AM IST

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