Karnataka reports 9,058 brand new Covid-19 instances, 135 deaths | Bengaluru News


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BENGALURU: Karnataka on Tuesday reported that a spike of 9,058 fresh Covid-19 instances and 135 related deaths, taking the entire number of diseases to 3,51,481 and death toll to 5,837, the health department said. The afternoon also saw 5,159 patients becoming discharged after healing.
Out of 9,058 new cases reported Tuesday, two,967 instances were from Bengaluru metropolitan independently.
As of September 1 day, cumulatively 3,51,481 Covid-19 positive cases have been confirmed from the country, which comprises 5,837 deaths and two,54,626 sparks, the Health division said in its bulletin.
It stated out of 90,999 active circumstances, 90,237 patients have been in isolation designated hospitals and so are secure, whereas 762 have been at ICU.
As many as 40 from this total 135 deaths reported Tuesday were from Bengaluru Urban, followed closely by Mysuru (12), Hassan (11), Shivamogga (10), Belagavi and Dakshina Kannada (7), Ballari, Davangere, Kalaburagi, Koppal and Vijayapura (4), Raichur and Tumakuru (3).
Many of the deceased were with a history of Severe Acute Respiratory Infection (SARI) or Influenza-like illness (ILI), whilst contact history of many individuals was under tracing.
One of the areas in which the new cases were reported, Bengaluru Urban accounted for two,967, Mysuru (737), Hassan (461), Ballari (393), Dakshina Kannada (352), Tumakuru (327), Davangere (289) and Raichur (245), followed by other people.
Bengaluru Urban district topped the record of favorable circumstances, using a total of 1,32,092 diseases, followed by Ballari (21,734) and Mysuru (18,686).
Among releases also, Bengaluru Urban topped the list with 91,180 followed closely by Ballari (16,325) and Mysuru (12,931).
A total of 29,79,477 samples were analyzed up to now, from that 83,670 were analyzed on Tuesday alone.
One of the samples analyzed today, 51,987 were rapid antigen tests.


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