Karnataka State Road Transport bus service to Kerala that was stopped due to Covid-19 lockdown will resume from Monday.
The state bus transport corporation buses will operate from Bengaluru, Mysuru, Mangaluru, Puttur to various places in Kerala based on traffic density and need.
Passengers travelling from Kerala to Karnataka in the state buses have to carry Covid negative certificate not older then 72 hours or a vaccination certificate of having received at least one dose of Covid vaccine.
The passengers visiting Karnataka daily from Kerala are asked to undergo RT-PCR tests once in 15 days and travel only if they have negative report.
It is mandatory for all the passengers to wear face mask and follow all other Covid guidelines.
The state Corporation buses had resumed service to Maharashtra last week with similar guidelines.