Amid the fixed rise in COVID-19 cases, Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on Monday stated the COVID curfew could be carried out in the state from tomorrow until the next 14 days. Karnataka reported one other largest single-day spike of 34,804 new COVID-19 cases, taking the overall caseload to 13.39 lakh, whereas 143 associated fatalities pushed the toll to 14,426, the Health Department stated on Sunday. The state had beforehand reported its largest single-day spike of 29,438 cases on Saturday.
According to the chief minister’s assertion, the next restrictions can be carried out throughout the COVID curfew
- The COVID curfew could be carried out in the state from tomorrow until the next 14 days
- The curfew would come into impact from 9 pm tomorrow
- Only important companies can be allowed between 6 am to 10 am
- All retailers can be closed at 10 am
- Only development, manufacturing and agriculture sectors allowed
- Public transport will stay shut
On Saturday, Bengaluru Urban alone accounted for 20,733 cases. The day additionally noticed 6,982 sufferers getting discharged after restoration.
Cumulatively 13,39,201 COVID-19 optimistic cases have been confirmed in the state, which incorporates 14,426 deaths and 10,62,594 discharges, the Health division stated in a bulletin.
Out of two,62,162 lively cases, 2,60,670 sufferers are secure and in isolation at designated hospitals, whereas 1,492 are in Intensive Care Units.
While the positivity price for the day stood at 19.70 per cent, the case fatality price (CFR) was 0.41 per cent.
Among 143 deaths reported on Sunday, 77 had been from Bengaluru Urban, Ballari (16), Mysuru (9), Kalaburagi (7), Dharwad and Tumakuru (6), Hassan (4), adopted by others.
Tumakuru, with 1,153 cases, was behind Bengaluru Urban, Kodagu had 1,077, Bengaluru Rural 864 and Mandya 814, adopted by others.
Bengaluru Urban district topped the listing of optimistic cases, with a complete of 6,53,656, adopted by Mysuru 66,692 and Ballari 46,635.
Among discharges too, Bengaluru Urban headed the listing with 4,67,313, adopted by Mysuru 60,499 and Ballari 40,443.
A complete of over 2,47,22,862 samples have been examined up to now, out of which 1,76,614 had been on Sunday alone.
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