Record 1235 test positive in Bengaluru in 24hours
- The number of Covid-19s in Bengaluru rose to 9,580, with a record 1,235 people tested positive within 24 hours until 5 pm on Sunday.
- This increased the number of active cases in Bengaluru to 8167 and sparked fears of a further increase in technology capital in India.
- Speed in Bengaluru increased the number of cases to 23,474, including 1925 on Sunday.
- The source of infection is largely unknown in Bengaluru, indicating the possibility of full transmission to the community.
- B.S. The state government led by Yediyurappa decided on Sunday to pass a law to enforce isolation of people over 60 at home to protect one of the most vulnerable groups from the virus.
- However, the state has more to offer to limit the spread and rule out other blockades. The government is on the edge of criticism for losing the opportunity to create health infrastructure and is now dependent on private hospitals for extra beds.
- Only 116 of the 2,734 beds assigned to private hospitals continue to use their scarce resources.
- "Criminal cases are registered against private hospitals that refuse to treat patients with 19 children," said K. Sudhakar, Karnataka.
- The Minister of Medical Education said in a statement on Sunday. The explanation came after reports of deaths caused by the refusal of private hospitals to accept it.
- Karnataka also opened a 10,100 bed facility at the Bengaluru International Exhibition Center, which accommodates people who show no symptoms.
- He also said that testing costs in private laboratories were limited to £ 2,200.
- The death toll in Karnataka reached 376, including 37 on Sunday.
- According to Sudhakar, the death rate in Bengaluru is around 1.5% and is the lowest compared to other metro in India.
- The number of restorations in Karnataka rose to 9,847, 603 recovered on Sunday.