Corona blast in Bangalore, 60 students of same school positive; stir up


There has been a fierce explosion of Corona in Bengaluru, the capital of Karnataka. The corona report of at least 60 students of a residential school in Electronic City in Bengaluru has come positive, causing a stir. One of these corona positive students had high fever, who is undergoing treatment at Lady Curzon and Boring Hospital, while another has been kept in home quarantine. However, the school has been closed after this explosion of Corona.

The remaining girl students of Sri Chaitanya Girls Residential School have been quarantined in an isolation facility in the school premises itself. These are all asymptomatic. Municipal officials said that staff of a private health facility are taking care of them. The school has now been closed and may reopen on or after 20 October.

In fact, the school had physically started classes for senior students on September 5. The school reopened with 57 fully vaccinated staff and 485 students, including 22 teachers, but on 26 September, a girl student from Bellary developed symptoms such as fever, vomiting and diarrhea, after which she was infected with the corona virus. found.


According to Brihat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike officials, all the girl students were tested. Of the 105 students who underwent the rapid antigen test, 27 were found to be infected, while 33 others out of 424 who underwent the RTPCR test turned positive. According to a report in The Hindu, District Health Officer G Srinivas said the students were tested on September 27. He said that among the infected, 14 were from Tamil Nadu and 46 from different parts of Karnataka.



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