The number of Covid-19 active cases in Karnataka has risen to 3,23,143, with roughly 2,23,000 of them in Bengaluru. According to state health minister K Sudhakar, as many as 48,049 additional persons tested positive for Covid-19 in Karnataka in the previous 24 hours, bringing the state’s positivity rate to 19.23 percent.
The number of active cases in Karnataka has climbed to 3,23,143, with around 2,23,000 in Bengaluru. According to state health minister K Sudhakar, up to 48,049 more people in Karnataka tested positive for Covid-19 in the past 24 hours, raising the state’s positivity rate to 19.23 percent.
In the state, there are now 3,23,143 active Covid-19 cases, roughly 2,23,000 of which are in Bengaluru.
The current hospitalization rate is around 5%. If it continues to rise, we will reinstate the weekend curfew “R Ashok, the state revenue minister, said.
We predicated our decision to lift the weekend curfew on the findings of specialists. According to experts, despite the fact that the number of cases is growing, the incidence of hospitalization is approximately 5%. “The rate of hospitalization is the standard for us,” the minister stated.
According to an order published earlier in the day, the night curfew between 10 a.m. and 5 a.m. every day. As well as all additional Covid-19 limitations, including 50 percent capacity in restaurants and other locations, will remain in effect.
Furthermore, primary and secondary education minister BC Nagesh, who was also present at the meeting, stated some important announcement. He said that because the optimism rate in Bengaluru is high, the government would decide to reopen schools and colleges in the city on 29 January, while others will continue to function as usual.