After 14 day curfew started in Karnataka, Bengaluru reported a new all-time high of 22,596 covid-19 positive cases while state also reported another spike of 39,047 cases.
Karnataka has now over three lakh active cases of which two lakh are in Bengaluru alone.
Bengaluru also witnessed 137 deaths while state reported 229 taking state’s case fatality rate to 0.58%. Karnataka’s positivity erate now stands at 22.70%.
The day also saw 4,530 patients getting discharged after recovery in Bengaluru while Karnataka saw 11,833 discharges.
Today's Media Bulletin 28/04/2021— K'taka Health Dept (@DHFWKA) April 28, 2021
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Cumulatively 14,39,822 COVID-19 positive cases have been confirmed in the state, which includes 15,036 deaths and 10,95,883 discharges,the Health department said in a bulletin.
Out of 3,28,899 active cases, Bengaluru has highest 2,24,152 active cases, while 2,192 are in Intensive Care Units.
Among 180 deaths reported on Monday, 97 were from Bengaluru Urban, Mysuru (11), Mandya (9), Ballari (8), Bidar (6), five each from Chikkamagaluru, Ramanagara, Shivamogga and Tumakuru and Yadagiri, four each in Dakshina Kannada, Dharwad, Kolar, three each in Chamarajanagara, Davanagere, Kalaburagi, two each in Bagalakote, Bengaluru Rural, Haveri and Vijayapura while one each from Chitradurga, Chukkaballapura, Hassan, Raichur, followed by others.
Mysuru, with 1,759 cases was behind Bengaluru Urban, Kolar, 1,194, Tumakuru 1,174, Ballari 1,106, followed by others.