Things are getting worse in the country and the world due to the second wave of Corona. Karnataka also has a bad condition in this episode. The Health Department said that 4,225 new cases of COVID-19 and 26 deaths were reported in Karnataka on Wednesday. With this, the total infection number in the state has been 9.97 lakhs and the death toll has been 12,567. However, 1,492 people have recovered and gone back to their homes throughout the day.
In Karnataka, 2,975 new cases were registered on Tuesday, which means that there has been a full 42 percent jump in infections on Wednesday. Of the fresh infections reported on Wednesday, 2,928 were from Bengaluru urban district alone. The Health Department in its bulletin said that as of the evening of 31 March, a total of 9,97,004 Kovid-19 cases had been confirmed in the state, including 12,567 deaths and 9,56,170 discharges.
The bulletin states that there are a total of 28,248 active cases in the state, including 266 in intensive care. Of the 26 deaths reported on Wednesday, 18 are from Bengaluru Urban, two from Kalaburgi and Tumkuru, and one from Udupi, Uttara Kannada, Kolara and Chikkamagaluru. Bidar recorded 159 cases, Mysuru 142, Tumkuru 138 and Kalaburgi 137 cases today. 53,480 new cases of corona virus were reported across India. The figures have increased less than a day earlier.
Significantly, the number of people affected by Corona virus (Kovid-19) in the world has exceeded 12.82 crores, while about 28.04 lakh people have died. According to data released by the Center for Science and Engineering (CSSE) of America’s John Hopkins University, the total number of corona infections in 192 countries and regions of the world has increased to 12.82 million 24 thousand 509, while the virus so far The death toll due to infection has increased to 28 lakh 03 thousand 806. Corona virus has been increasing havoc in the US, which is considered a global superpower and the number of infected people has crossed 30 million. The number of corona infected in the country has gone up to three crore three lakh 03 thousand 702 while five lakh 50 thousand 967 patients have died.