Steep rise in Karnataka's daily Covid tally with 41,457 fresh cases

Daijiworld Media Network – Bengaluru

Bengaluru, Jan 18: Karnataka on Tuesday, January 18 registered 41,457 new coronavirus cases.

As per the bulletin released by the state health department, the active cases in the state stand at 2,50,381. Bengaluru Urban's single-day tally stood at 25,595.

As many as 20 deaths due to coronavirus were reported in the state on Tuesday, the death toll in the state has risen to 38,465.

The state recorded 8,353 discharges from hospitals on Tuesday, taking the total discharges to 29,99,825.

So far, Karnataka has seen 32,88,700 positive cases since the start of the pandemic in March 2020.

The positivity rate for the day stands at 22.30% while the case fatality rate for the day is 0.04 %.

As many as 9,19,66,188 people have received vaccination so far.


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  • Daniel, Mangalore

    Tue, Jan 18 2022

    Increase tests, Inscrease tests if one says with these RTPCR tests whose validity got over on 31st Dec 21 as per US CDC emergency guildlines document, (common cold) cases count would naturally increase during winter. Mafia doesn't want these tests to go, good lab, mask, vaccine, sanitizer, thermal scanner, ppe, expensive drugs, icu, online business... CDC believes in 3 waves but greedy mafia influences and wants common viral RTPCR tests countinue till the common cold and flu gets vanished from this world.

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