The COVID-19 new cases in Karnataka reports 135 in which three more succumb to disease
In comparison to US, India has conducted over 3.3 million tests, indicates ICMR data. The total count stands at 33,62,136. India has tested 1,19,976 samples in last 24 hours. According to latest data available with Ministry of Health, the total number of Covid-19 cases in India stands at 1,58,333 now. The positive cases in India are 3.56% of the total tests done.
The Karnataka government in its daily bulletin has reported 135 new cases of coronavirus. This brings the total number of active cases of coronavirus in the state to 1588, and the overall reported cases in the state to 2418 cases. The total number of recovered cases in the state stands at 781 cases.
This goes against the trend which showed that Karnataka had an equal number of active and discharged cases when the lockdown was in full force and inter-state travel was banned.
Bastar district recorded its first case of coronavirus after a 24-year-old student, who recently travelled from Delhi to Jagdalpur, tested positive for the infection, he said. The student was studying in Rajasthan, he said. The other new patients were migrant workers, who recently returned to their native villages from different states of the country and were staying in quarantine centres, he said.
Earlier in the day, four patients were discharged from the AIIMS Raipur following their recovery, he said. At present, the state has 286 COVID-19 activecases as 83 patients have recovered so far, the official said. Chhattisgarh’s COVID-19 figures are as follows: positive cases: 369, new cases: eight, deaths: zero, discharged: 83, active cases: 286, people tested so far: 59,230.
P-2301 was a 69-year-old woman, who was a resident of Yadgiri district. She had returned from Maharashtra but was brought to the hospital dead on May 20. She has tested positive for the virus.
P-1712 was a 49-year-old man, who was a resident of Bihar. He was diagnosed with Severe Acute Respiratory Infection. He passed away on Wednesday, May 27. He was known to have comorbidities of diabetes mellitus, and was admitted to the hospital with complaints of fever, cough, and breathlessness.
P-2011 was an 82-year-old man, who was a resident of Vijayapura. He had been a contact of an earlier patient. The patient was admitted with complaints of fever, cough, breathlessness and chest pain. He died on May 26, Tuesday.