Karnataka Coronavirus Cases Cross 15000

Karnataka COVID-19 count jumps to 15242 as 947 new Coronavirus cases today. Concurrently, it recorded 235 discharges making the recovered count 7920. Active cases in the state surged to 7072. The death toll in the state is at 246 as twenty COVID-19 deaths reported today. Karnataka COVID-19 cases are increasing at an alarming rate from the past three days.

Karnataka’s Growth Rate in New COVID-19 Cases increasing to a concerning 8% from the previous 4%.

Karnataka COVID-19 District Wise Report

Bangalore surges to the top of the list that entails worst-hit districts in Karnataka. As, Bangalore records 503 infections at a concerning rate, thus surpassing Udupi and Kalaburagi district. Currently, Bangalore houses 4555 COVID-19 cases while Kalaburagi has 1436 positive cases. Udupi and Yadgir Districts follow with 1206 and 941 Coronavirus positive cases respectively. Further, Bengaluru Urban District reported the highest (503) new COVID-19 cases today.

Death Rate and Cured Cases in Karnataka

Mortality rate increased to 1.61% from yesterday’s average 1.58%. Comparatively, this is low against the national average of 2.96%. Total of Recovered cases increased to 7920. The death toll is at now 246 in Karnataka. Also, total COVID-19 testing in the state stands at 620747 on 30th June.

Karnataka Government Plans to Reimpose Strict Restrictions after July 7th

Due to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases, the state government is devising a plan to contain the spread. Initially, a strict lockdown with stringent restriction will be in place. Also, public markets and parks will be close to avoid transmission. Most importantly, movements between districts will be cut off unless an emergency. Notably, the areas will sharply increase cases will be locked.

Medical Educational Minister K Sudhakar Reports no Community Transmission

Despite the increase in the number of cases, the state has not progressed to community transmission phase as community transmission is when the source of the infection is unknown. However, in Karnataka, most of the cases are traced back to other states while the source of infection is known for the remaining cases, says K Sudhakar.

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