Karnataka registers 40,990 fresh cases, 271 deaths in single day


Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru

Bengaluru, May 1: The state on Saturday May 1 registered 40,990 cases and 271 deaths.

As per the health bulletin released by the state health department on Saturday, Bengaluru Urban reported the highest among all districts, which is 19,353 cases.

As many as 271 deaths due to coronavirus were reported on Saturday, with Bengaluru Urban recording 162 deaths, and Bengaluru Rural and Tumakuru with 12 each. With this, the toll so far has risen to 15,794.

Over 18,341 people were discharged from hospitals on Saturday, taking the total recoveries so far to 11,43,250.

So far, Karnataka has seen 15,64,132 positive cases so far.

The positivity rate for the day stands at 23.03%, while the case fatality rate for the day is 0.66%.

As many as 97,55,976 people have received vaccination so far in the state.

 

 

 

  

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  • M.Mathias, Mangalore

    Sat, May 01 2021

    Central government knew that second wave is dangerous, than why they are not ordering for complete lockdown in India? Are they killing the citizens like Maharashtra.

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  • Charan, Mangaluru

    Sat, May 01 2021

    In reality, a week back, they never thought they are going to die on May 1, because of COVID So, Dear citizens, please practice safety protocols, wear mask and maintain distance, to avoid your name on next list

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