Coronavirus updates: Karnataka sees greatest single day spike of 1,839 cases

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Karnataka on Saturday reported its greatest single day spike of 1,839 new COVID-19 cases and 42 associated fatalities, taking the tally number of infections in the state to 21,549 and the dying toll to 335, the Health division stated.

The day also noticed 439 patients getting discharged after restoration; whilst 226 patients in the state have been present process remedy in ICU.

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Out of 1,839 contemporary cases reported on Saturday, a whopping 1,172 cases have been from Bengaluru Urban alone; whereas 24 of the 42 deaths have been from the capital city.

The earlier greatest single day spike was recorded on July three with 1,694 cases.

As of July four night, cumulatively 21,549 COVID-19 positive cases have been confirmed in the state, which incorporates 335 deaths and 9,244 discharges, the Health division stated in its bulletin.

It stated, out of 11,966 active cases, 11,740 patients are in isolation at designated hospitals and are secure, whereas 226 are in ICU.

Among the 42 useless are six from Bidar, 4 from Dakshina Kannada, three each from Kalaburagi and Dharwad and one each from Hassan and Bengaluru rural.

Of the 42, twenty-six are males, the bulletin stated, including most of them have been with a historical past of Severe Acute Respiratory Infection (SARI), Influenza-like sickness (ILI).

Out of 1,839 cases examined positive at this time, contacts of the vast majority of the cases are still under tracing.

Among the districts where the new cases have been reported, Bengaluru Urban accounted for 1,172 cases, adopted by Dakshina Kannada (75), Ballari (73), Bidar (51), Dharwad (45), Raichur (41), Mysuru (38), thirty seven each from Kalaburagi and Vijayapura, thirty-five each from Mandya and Uttara Kannada.

Bengaluru Urban district tops the record of positive cases, with total of 8,345 infections, adopted by Kalaburagi 1,597 and Udupi 1,276.

Among discharges, Kalaburagi tops the record with 1,189 adopted by Udupi (1,103) and Bengaluru Urban (965).

Total of 6,89,526 samples have been examined till now, of which 17,592 have been examined on Saturday alone.

So far 6,50,876 samples have been reported as negative, and of them 15,294 have been reported negative at this time.



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