Devaraja Traffic Police distribute face masks
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Devaraja Traffic Police distribute face masks

November 8, 2020

Mysore/Mysuru: Continuing with their public awareness campaign on following COVID-19 norms, the Devaraja Traffic Police distributed over 200 face masks to members of the public, auto and cab drivers near Sub-urban Bus Stand on Tuesday last.

Traffic Police Inspector Muniyappa asked the people to follow COVID-19 norms such as mandatory wearing of face masks and maintenance of physical distancing at public places for their own health and safety in the wake of the outbreak of the deadly COVID-19 contagion.

ASIs Veerabhadra, Krishnamurthy, Lingaraju and  other staff were present.


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