Home Guards Deployed as COVID-19 Marshals in Mangalore: This is How They Will Work

Home Guards Deployed as COVID-19 Marshals in Mangalore: This is How They Will Work

Home Guards will start work as COVID-19 marshals from April 12, Monday to enforce wearing of face masks and keeping social distancing in public places in urban areas of Dakshina Kannada. The homeguards will work in coordination with bill collectors and health inspectors of Mangalore City Corporation.

Corporation Commissioner Akshy Sridhar said that 50 Home Guards have been assigned to the corporation. Besides the 50 Home Guards for the city, 10 each have been deployed in City Municipal Council limits of Ullal and Puttur. Five Home Guards each have been deployed in Town Municipal Councils of Bantwal, Moodbidri and Someshwara and Town Panchayats of Mulki, Kotekar, Vitla, Belthangady and Sullia. Six Home Guards each have been posted at Talapady, Jalsoor and two more border check-posts for checking occupants of vehicles entering Dakshina Kannada. The 50 Home Guards in the city have been provided jackets with “COVID-19 Marshals” label and have been deployed after receiving covid negative reports.

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