Unlock day 35: DK records 196 cases, 41 in Udupi; 6 deaths in twin districts


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru/Udupi

Mangaluru/Udupi, Jul 12: Dakshina Kannada on Sunday July 12 recorded another steep spike in coronavirus cases, with as many as 196 cases and five deaths reported in the district. Meanwhile, Udupi reported 41 new cases and one death.

As per the district health bulletin, a total of 24,741 samples have been sent for tests so far. As many as 22,511 have turned out negative, and 2,230 are positive till date. Out of these, 1,308 cases are currently active. As many as 876 persons have recovered and been discharged, and 46 deaths have occured so far, including five on Sunday alone.

It is learnt that 18 of the new cases were reported in Ullal alone.

As many as 94 patients were discharged on Sunday from Wenlock as well as private hospitals.

Of the 196 who tested positive on Sunday, 20 are primary contacts, 91 have ILI symptoms, 16 have SARI symptoms, 10 have international travel history, two samples were collected pre-delivery, and contacts of 57 are being traced.

The COVID-19 patients whose deaths were reported on Sunday are a 72-year-old male from Beltangady who also had diabetes, a 50-year-old male who suffered from diabetes and was on ventilator, a 58-year-old female who was diabetic as well as a heart patient, a 68-year-old female who suffered from diabetes and was in ICU, and a 55-year-old male who had SARI.


Udupi

As per the health bulletin released by the Udupi district administration, a total of 4,875 people have completed 28 days of quarantine, including 4 on Sunday, and a total of 4,875 have completed 14 days of quarantine. As many as 1,304 persons are currently in home quarantine.

A total of 140 people are in isolation wards, including 22 fresh admissions on Sunday. Among the new admissions, ten have SARI and 12 influenza-like illness.

As many as 1,273 people, including 28 on Sunday, have been discharged from isolation wards so far.

A total of 22,327 samples have been collected so far, including 269 on Sunday, out of which 115 are COVID suspects and 141 are COVID contacts. Out of them, 18,863 samples have turned out to be negative, including 573 on Sunday, and 1,856 reports are awaited.

As many as 1,608 confirmed cases of coronavirus have been reported so far in the district, including 41 on Sunday. As many as 1,273 patients have been discharged so far, and 332 cases are currently active. Three deaths have occured so far, including one on Sunday which is shifted to Davangere. One positive case has been transferred to Dakshina Kannada.

Among the new cases, two have travel history to Mumbai, one to Saudi Arabia, six have inter-district travel history, and 32 are primary contacts of earlier patients. The patients include 26 men, 11 women and four children. As many as 26 belong to Udupi taluk, 11 are from Kundapur and four from Karkala.

 

  

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  • Ss, Mangalore

    Mon, Jul 13 2020

    Ppl suggesting lockdown plz tell me how much time 3 week, years etc be clear, Lockdown or not will not solve problem u need clear principal of safe distance, wearing mask , proper hygiene etc as rules for maybe next few years , the answer is no vaccine is available and until one ur argument doesn't have a chance , lockdown has made only illegal business thrive and only those ppl want it in more numbers and real businesses r getting closed, ppl shud improve their immunity then they have chance to survive other than that lockdown is not a solution bcoz cases to drop or even come to zero is a myth , when u open the lockdown ppl will travel and again the cycle of more cases, ppl shud worry more now with lockdown even suicide rates r going up. It's a flu so let it be like that and ppl more worried for that are not worried for ppl dieing out of hunger go check out how many ppl die out if that daily , the lockdown won't bring cases to low but surely increase the suicide rates.

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  • Bs, Mangalore

    Sun, Jul 12 2020

    The problem erupted because of allowing people to come from Maharashtra and gulf without proper checking.
    Everything was in control. Suddenly explosion happened in number of covid cases.
    People also don't understand the seriousness.
    Hope everything gets normal .

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  • Rkk, Mlore

    Sun, Jul 12 2020

    It is high time that Mangalore / affected towns in DK are also brought under a strict lockdown for at least 10 days to minimise incremental growth.

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  • Kevin Pinto, Mangalore

    Sun, Jul 12 2020

    Looks like the life of people living in Bangalore is precious and life of Mangalore people is cheap. Shows the incompetence of Dakshina Kannada representatives who cant even voice their opinion for the people of mangalore. What are they waiting for. For all the people to get infected? Shame on our representatives

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  • jacintha, mangalore

    Mon, Jul 13 2020

    only khader sir is raising the voice. where is shobakkka and nalinanna?

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  • HENRY MISQUITH, Mumbai

    Sun, Jul 12 2020

    Why some of our leaders are claiming success in tackling the pandemic while several thousands are being affected every day and death due to covid is being increased. Now the health care systems are being proved inadequate.

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  • Samarth, Bengaluru

    Sun, Jul 12 2020

    With daily untraceable cases district administration still says no community transmission. Can they explain which category those people fall into. A lockdown or temporary shutdown of non essential activities should be imposes asap.

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  • Nancy, Mangalore

    Sun, Jul 12 2020

    Complete lock down for minimum 3 weeks is the need of hour. Authorities concerned should look at the forecast and do not regret later. Cases and deaths are increasing day by day. People cannot stay home when everything is open like shops, offices, factories etc. We are forced to go out. If its total Lockdown we all can stay safe at home.

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  • Sd, Mangalore

    Mon, Jul 13 2020

    Ppl cannot stay home if not lockdown is a irresponsible statement so what keep lockdown for a year then , there is no vaccine so lockdown or not doesn't make difference , then u again allow ppl from abroad and again lockdown what is this a joke , let things be as it is ppl are now dying out of sucide and other depression so that doesn't affect u , only ppl r concerned about their selfish gains all business r closing ppl have mouth to feed, loans etc , ur lockdown only help illegal business to survive and only those ppl want more lockdown rest it has no impact on bring cases to zero , safe distance, mask ,hygiene and your immunity will only be deciding factor for ur life so work on that , lockdown will not feed you unleas ur politicians or govt servant.

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