Karnataka reports 4,120 brand new Covid-19 instances, 91 deaths; spans 10 lakh tests landmark | Bengaluru News


BENGALURU: Karnataka on Sunday reported 4,120 fresh Covid-19 instances and 91 related deaths, taking the entire number of diseases to 63,772 along with also the death toll on 1,331, the health department said. The afternoon also found 1,290 patients becoming discharged after healing.
Out of 4,120 new cases reported Sunday, a large scale two,156 instances have been from Bengaluru Urban alone.
Karnataka spanned the 10 lakh tests landmark now from approximately 88 labs in the nation.
As of July 19 day, cumulatively 63,772 Covid-19 positive cases have been confirmed from the country, which comprises 1, 2 331 deaths and 23,065 releases, and the health department said in its bulletin.
It stated out of 39,370 active circumstances, 38,791 patients have been in isolation designated hospitals and so are secure, whereas 579 have been at ICU.
Thirty-six from 91 deaths reported Sunday were from Bengaluru Urban, followed closely by Mysuru (11), Kolar (5), four each from Dharwad, Gadag and Koppal, three each from Ballari, Kalaburagi and Bidar.
Many of those dead are with a history of Severe Acute Respiratory Infection (SARI) or Influenza-like illness (ILI).
Out of 4,120 cases tested positive on Sunday, contacts of the vast majority of the cases are still under tracing.
One of the areas in which the new cases were reported, Bengaluru Urban accounted for two,156 cases, followed closely by Dakshina Kannada (285), Vijayapura (171), Chikkaballapura (135), Udupi (134), Dharwad (126), Mysuru (110) and also Shivamogga (104).
Bengaluru Urban district tops the list of favorable circumstances, using a total of 31,777 ailments, followed by Dakshina Kannada (3,591) and Kalaburagi (two,743).
Among sparks, Bengaluru Urban tops the list with complete 6, respectively 793, followed by Kalaburagi (1,771) and Udupi (1,617).
A total of 10,20,830 samples were analyzed up to now, from that 35,834 were analyzed on Sunday alone.
As many as 13,054 of those 35,834 samples analyzed now were rapid antigen tests.


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