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Karnataka has now more COVID 19 active cases than Tamil Nadu

Karnataka has now more COVID 19 active cases than Tamil Nadu

Karnataka has now more COVID 19 active cases than Tamil Nadu

Karnataka, with yesterday's July 26 above 5,000 new cases, is currently having more COVID 19 active cases than Tamil Nadu. While it is 58,417 in Karnataka, it is only 53,703 in Tamil Nadu. But the total infected cases in Tamil Nadu have crossed two lakhs while that of Karnataka is less than one lakh at 96,141.

In Bengaluru, which has 40 % of the state total infection cases, 3,388 infected persons are gone missing, and police are searching for them now. The hospitality sector that was the worst hit in the IT capital demands financial aid for its 80 lakh workers.

Karnataka from role model to one of the worst-hit by COVID 19: Until June, COVID 19 was under control in Karnataka. Even the ten board exams were conducted until July 5. The situation has turned upside down, with the students union protesting against the KCET or Karanataka Common Entrance Test scheduled on July 30 and 31. The situation has become much worse as for the fast four days there are around 5,000 new infections.


3,388 COVID 19 patients go missing from Bengaluru: Bengaluru has more than doubled its new infections in the last 15 days from 16,000 to reach today 33,156 infection cases today. To add salt to the wound there are now 3,388 COVID 19 infected people freely roaming in Bengaluru being searched by the police.

N.Manjunath Prasad is the commissioner of BBMP or Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike civic body of the Bengaluru city. He said on July 25 that the police are in search of 3,338 COVID 19 patients. It is because they have given fake addresses and mobile numbers before testing their samples.

BJP Governments celebrating achievements among worst corona crisis: In May, the BJP celebrated one year of power in the center with many of their achievements, like abrogation of Article 370 in Kashmir, CAA, Triple Talaq, and others. The BJP government in Karnataka, which came to power after the Congress-JD coalition government collapsed, last year, is to celebrate one year in power.


Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa is to release a performance report if the BJP government in the previous one year, today, July 27, in Vidhan Soudha. All district centers will attend the event at 11 AM by online methods and confirm the chief minister's office.

Karnataka has now more COVID 19 active cases than Tamil Nadu