Bengaluru is seeing the utmost variety of COVID-19 circumstances in Karnataka, a state that has been hit by a second wave of the coronavirus pandemic. Sunday evening’s knowledge confirmed over 2,000 contemporary circumstances within the state capital.
Just every week in the past, the Jayanagar General Hospital, a authorities hospital in south Bengaluru, had put aside 50 beds with oxygen for Covid sufferers, because the second wave started to hit the town.
Now that quantity has doubled to 100 beds – with 85 to 90 occupied.
“Karnataka is also seeing a steep surge. In 30 days, I can see almost 10 times more than in the initial days of March. We saw only 300 cases on March 1st, 2nd and 3rd. But by the end of March we are seeing almost 3,000 cases, predominantly in Bengaluru itself,” Dr Ok Sudhakar, Health and Medical Education Minister mentioned.
“This is great alarm for us, and we need to upscale all our precautionary measures,” he added.
But the query on the minds of many – will this surge in numbers result in a lockdown or curfew?
Dr Sudhakar mentioned that was not the case simply but. “I think that situation still does not exist in Karnataka,” he mentioned.
“We need to inhibit, regulate certain activities for sure. Any form of congregation whether religious or political should be discouraged irrespective of caste, creed, religion, politics – because this is the only way forward,” he added.
So, the stress is on the general public needing to comply with Covid protocols.
But a whopping Rs 10 crore in fines collected over the past 12 months by the town company BBMP is definitely a sign that sporting a masks just isn’t but a common behavior.
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