Karnataka reports highest single-day rise of Covid cases in recent months with 21,390 infections

Daijiworld Media Network – Bengaluru

Bengaluru, Jan 12: Karnataka on Wednesday, January 12 registered 21,390 new coronavirus cases.

As per the bulletin released by the state health department, the active cases in the state stand at 93,099. Bengaluru Urban's single-day tally stood at 15,617.

As many as 10 deaths due to coronavirus were reported in the state on Wednesday, the death toll in the state has risen to 38,389.

The state recorded 1,541 discharges from hospitals on Wednesday, taking the total discharges to 29,68,002.

So far, Karnataka has seen 30,99,519 positive cases since the start of the pandemic in March 2020.

The positivity rate for the day stands at 10.96% while the case fatality rate for the day is 0.04 %.

As many as 9,06,73,399 people have received vaccination so far.


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  • Jagadish, Mangalore

    Wed, Jan 12 2022

    Announce a total lockdown. Let no one roam around. Two hours only for necessary items. Test those who sell all this. Also Test all who come to buy . Quarantine them completely. This is dangerous virus. Lockdown please DC

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  • Vinay, DXB/IXE

    Thu, Jan 13 2022

    Nobody is telling you to Roam. Sit at home so you will not get infected. Lockown is not the sollution. People have to follow safety measures. Jab hame hi parva nahi hain tho lockdown kyu.

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  • Ida Noronha, Mangalore

    Thu, Jan 13 2022

    Haha very nice,why allowing 2 hrs for shopping,let them arrange free home delivery,no spreading virus nothing, people will die sitting inside!!!!

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  • Rajesh B Shetty, Udupi

    Thu, Jan 13 2022

    R u going to feed the poor people in lockdown. Everyone is not financially sound like u. pls stop giving baseless suggestions.

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