Coronavirus: Dakshina Kannada moved from red zone to orange, Udupi in green


Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (AM)

Mangaluru, Apr 27: Dakshina Kannada district has been moved from Red zone to Orange zone in a district-wise COVID-19 map released by the department of Health and Family Welfare.

In a tweet on Monday, April 27, the department posted an updated map of the state showing the COVID-19 status of each of them.

Mangaluru has been updated to Orange zone (6-14 active cases). Udupi has been updated as a Green zone (no active cases) as all 3 COVID-19 positive patients in the district have recovered.



Bengaluru (Urban), Mysuru, Belagavi, Bagalkot, Vijayapura and Kalburgi districts are now into red zone.

The government had initiated tough measures in Dakshina Kannada to exercise control over the dreaded disease. House to house visits to educate people about coronavirus was intensified and a close watch was kept on people who had come in contact with quarantined people. The lockdown in the district was tightened further.

Further, the district administration has declared Kakkebettu in Shaktinagara, Sajipanadu and Thumbe in Bantwal, Janata colony in Karaya of Beltangady, Smart planet apartment in Thokkottu, Sampya Mane in Puttur, Uppinangady in Puttur and Ajjavara in Sullia and First Neuro Hospital in Padil as containment zones.

So far the coronavirus positive cases in Dakshina Kannada district have increased to 21. Out of this 12 people have got discharged, two have died and seven people are under treatment.

 

  

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  • Naresh, Udupi

    Tue, Apr 28 2020

    If Govt wants to maintain DK and Udupi in green zone, then they should not allow people from Gulf to come back at least for next two years. Else all these hard work done for months will go in drain.

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  • sense_Shetty, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 28 2020

    I think you are being selfish and insensitive.
    The people from gulf are Indians ..they are not outsiders.. They should bring them back and place them in quarantine along with other procedures in place.
    You are the kind which did not allow even cremation of bodies in Mangalore the other day.

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  • Guru, Mulky

    Tue, Apr 28 2020

    Yes. They are Indians. Then why can't they stay there for some time for betterment of India. Suppose, Gulf is not at all effected by Covid but India is effected badly, had these people ever thought of coming back to India to help their countrymen. Never, right?.

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  • Nelson D'Souza, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 28 2020

    guru, brilliant point.

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  • Shahid, Manglore

    Tue, Apr 28 2020

    Stupids doesnt know how much does NRI genrates income to Indian Govt.

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  • sense_Shetty, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 28 2020

    Do you know ..What conditions many Indians live in the gulf ? There is a large section of Indian workers who are exploited and not paid salary ..and are living in packed rooms ..and have lost their jobs ..There are Covid cases in the gulf ..and after all the local govts here will give priority to locals ..
    Many others have other ailments too.
    So its not that easy as you think.. Indians trust the Indian govts actions than the actions taken by the gulf nations.
    But seeing from your talks ..human scum, is all the same in any part f the world ..It is better to die than come across people like you .
    Cheers.

    -

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  • Subhash Chandra, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 28 2020

    Who told you gulf is not affected by covid 19 ? read gulf news which ofcourse may not give actual figures as it's censored, most of my friends who live in accomodation say every one of them is sealed as many are tested positive.

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  • Shahid, USA

    Tue, Apr 28 2020

    Brilliant idea.let all NRI dont remit the money also to Indian banks for 2 years as well.what say Naresh?

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  • Prabhu, Karkala

    Tue, Apr 28 2020

    When ever there is a discussion on NRIs, the common excuse is that, they send lots of money to India. But they deposit money in their own account, not into Govt's account.

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  • Nelson D'Souza, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 28 2020

    I have been an NRI. I think if they truly care for their country they should stay put . Right now even the govt agrees that the second wave is post the return of the 1 lac plus gulf NRIs. Dont be selfish, stay there and come back when this situation settles. If this law applies to migrant labor why not NRIs?

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  • Shahid, USA

    Tue, Apr 28 2020

    So you mean to say that if they pit account to their own account in india.it doesnt helpbthe govt economy Lolz

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  • Yoganand, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 28 2020

    Today 2 new cases have been identified. How then is Mangalore taken off the red zone?

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  • Nelson D'Souza, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 28 2020

    Not today but yest. Also please read the article before commenting .

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  • sense_Shetty, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 27 2020

    Guys get real ..these colors may mean nothing ..please wear a mask ..gloves ..avoid touching surfaces and then your face..maintain atleast 1.5 meters with the other person ..
    Follow this atleast till a vaccine is in place...
    Be smart ..don't say ,I am that religion ..this religion ..etc etc ..or that person or this person..

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  • SJM, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 27 2020

    Finally banging utensils tantra worked out in DK

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  • Tejas, udupi

    Tue, Apr 28 2020

    Not in DK... Only UDUPI... DK is still diving in Corona Flood..

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  • Shekhar, Udupi

    Mon, Apr 27 2020

    GREEN UDUPI... Blessed From all 4 Angles Krishna, Mahisamardini, DurgaParmeshwari, Mahakali..& Centerally Blessed by Mahadev.. Toh Bolo Har Har Mahadev:||

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  • Marvin, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 27 2020

    This is too much dangerous.. Pls don't turn into orange zone .. Still per day increase 1/2 case in D. k.. Please requesting keep in red zone.. If lockdown will release then it's too dangerous for Mangloreans...

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  • Paul dsouza, balakunje

    Mon, Apr 27 2020

    Seal the posts for small time. Specially Kerala, bantwal, puthuru. People move ...virus Will spread.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Mon, Apr 27 2020

    Very soon we will be saying Bye Bye Corona ...

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  • Prabhu, Karkala

    Tue, Apr 28 2020

    Yes. Subject to people from Nallasopara and Gulf don't visit DK and Udupi.

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  • Frederick Sequeira, Kallianpur

    Mon, Apr 27 2020

    Gracious Lord, bow down before You and offer our thanks to You. Likewise look with pity upon other regions that need Your blessings.

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  • Sahil, Mangaluru

    Mon, Apr 27 2020

    Lord Krishna blessing always will remain in udupi. Even very soon whole dakshina kannada will turn in to green zone.

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  • Krishna, Mangaluru

    Mon, Apr 27 2020

    Parashuram's blessing is working in Kerala!

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  • Manoj B, mangalore

    Mon, Apr 27 2020

    Great news for udupi and karkala people....

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