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BENGALURU - The Indian apparel industry hub state of Karnataka has agreed to pleas from factory owners and trade unions to keep garment factories open on a limited basis during a lockdown to combat the world's worst coronavirus outbreak.

Garment factories in the state can now remain open at 50 per cent capacity to address fears that a complete lockdown would have a huge impact on garment workers many of whom depend on their wages to feed their families.

Bengaluru, state capital of Karnataka and home to one of the biggest clusters of garment manufacturers in India, has seen the country's biggest rise in COVID cases after the national capital of Delhi.

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