One each in Bengaluru urban and Bengaluru rural and two from Bagalkot
Despite the administration’s best efforts, Mysuru district has reported 7 of the 12 new coronavirus cases reported on Monday, taking the state’s tally to 163.
As per the media bulletin of the state health department, three of the new cases have a history of travel to Delhi but it is not yet confirmed whether they participated in the Tablighi Jamaat congregation there.
Patient number 152 is a 32-year-old male resident of Bengaluru, who is a primary contact of patient numbers 43 and 44. He is now isolated in a designated hospital in Bengaluru.
Patient number 153 is a 62-year-old female from Kerala, has a travel history to Germany, and is a contact of patient numbers 106 and 133. She is admitted in a Bengaluru hospital.
Patient number 154 is a 20-year-old male from Mysuru and brother of contact of patient number 104.
Patient number 155 (37-year-old male), patient number 156 (57-year-old male) and patient number 157 (22-year-old male) have a history of travel to Delhi and are isolated at a designated hospital in Mysuru.
Patient number 159 is a 32-year-old female from Mysuru who works in the pharmaceutical company where patient number 52 works.
Patient number 160 is a 35-year-old male from Mysuru who has a travel history to Dubai.
Patient number 161 is a 54-year-old female and patient number 162 is a 58-year-old male, and are wife and brother respectively of patient number 125.
As per the media bulletin, patient number 163 is a 43-year-old male and his details are yet to be ascertained.