We have seven testing centres, each of which can carry out 80-100 tests, says medical education minister, adding that social distancing is the only solution as of now
The government has announced a lockdown till March-end in nine districts, including Bengaluru, that have reported COVID-19 positive cases.
The state assembly’s budget session that was to be held till March 31 will be cut short in the wake of COVID-19 outbreak.
Late Congress veteran and two-time Karnataka minister ML Ustad’s daughter Ruksana Ustad is said to have violated mandatory quarantine to attend a party meeting in Bengaluru.
The 23-member crew of a ship, who are lodged in a hotel in Barcelona, put out a video appeal to the Indian government, desperately seeking its help to come back home.
All the 6.50 lakh industries of the state, except pharmaceuticals, dairy, FMCG and essential transport, will be shut down till March 31.
Apart from beating drums, they are using autos fitted with loudspeakers, and distributing pamphlets. Karnataka has more than 6,000 panchayats.
JDS leader Bandeppa Kashempur said party workers had stopped coming to the office some time back.
The seven new positive cases confirmed on Monday include two from neighbouring Kerala and five from Bengaluru.
A day after it was confirmed that the first COVID-19 patient from Mysuru was allowed to leave Bengaluru despite his symptoms at the airport, yet another lapse has come to light
A Mysuru based company called Skanray Technologies will supply ventilators. Sanitizer and thermal scanners will also be purchased from other companies.
Fourteen primary contacts of Patient 24 have been traced while there are 237 secondary contacts
The grimness of the situation lies in the fact that in less than two months, India has already accounted for over 380 positive cases, including seven deaths.
On March 17, he developed a cough and cold and went to a private hospital for a checkup.
The other wedding was that of activist turned Tumkur University guest lecturer Kotta Shankar and TS Chaitra, daughter of well-known poet late KB Siddaiah, on Sunday.