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Karnataka CM Yediyurappa tests Covid positive for second time in 8 months, conceded to Bengaluru emergency clinic

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Karnataka CM Yediyurappa tests Covid positive for second time in 8 months, conceded to Bengaluru emergency clinic

1) Yediyurappa will be moved to Manipal emergency clinic from Bengaluru’s Ramaiah Memorial medical clinic where he was conceded recently.

2) Last year in August, the 78-year-old Karnataka CM had tried positive for Covid-19.


Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa tried positive for Covid-19 on Friday, hours subsequent to leading a crisis meeting on the Covid circumstance in the state. He tried positive for the second time in eight months.

Yediyurappa will be moved to Manipal medical clinic from Ramaiah Memorial emergency clinic in Bengaluru where he was conceded recently following a fever.

The Karnataka CM was allegedly tried for Covid-19 two days back and was discovered to be negative for the contamination. He was tried again today.

A year ago in August, the 78-year-old Karnataka CM had tried positive for Covid.

In a tweet at that point, he had said, “I have tried positive for Covid. While I am fine, I am being hospitalized as a precautionary measure on the suggestion of specialists. I demand the individuals who have interacted with me as of late to be attentive and practice self isolate.”

Crown time limitation to proceed in Karnataka

Covid related limitations like “crown check in time” that are set up will proceed and the state government will settle on the future game-plan pointed toward controlling its spread on 20 April, CM Yediyurappa said today.

At a crisis meeting held today, it has been chosen to stringently disallow superfluous social occasions and to restrict the quantity of individuals going to relationships and occasions to 100 from 200 in shut spaces and 200 (from 500) in open spaces.


“We have examined the report from specialists, the time limitation that is set up between 10 pm to 5 am at some area places will proceed and we are contemplating in which different areas it should be broadened. No other choice has been taken today,” CM Yediyurappa added.

Addressing columnists in the wake of leading a crisis meeting with Health Minister K Sudhakar and senior authorities for around one-and-half hours, Yediyurappa said the Covid-19 circumstance was running wild in Bengaluru and few different regions.

Karnataka Covid-19 circumstance

Then, Karnataka announced its most honed single-day spike of 14,738 new Covid cases and 66 related fatalities, taking the absolute number of contaminations to 11.09 lakh and the cost to 13,112 on Thursday.

The state had recently revealed its greatest single-day spike of 11,265 cases on Wednesday. Out of the 14,738 new cases provided details regarding Thursday, 10,497 cases were from Bengaluru Urban alone.

The day additionally saw 3,591 patients getting released after recuperation. As of April 15 evening, aggregately 11,09,650 Covid-19 positive cases have been affirmed in the state, which incorporates 13,112 passings and 9,99,958 releases, the Health Department said in its announcement.

It said, out of 96,561 dynamic cases, 96,006 patients are in detachment at assigned emergency clinics and are steady, while 555 are in ICU.

Among 66 passings wrote about Thursday, 30 are from Bengaluru Urban, Ballari and Bengaluru Rural (6), Mysuru (5), Hassan (4), Dharwad (3), Bidar, Tumakuru and Uttara Kannada (2), and one each from Belagavi, Kalaburagi, Kolar, Ramanagara, Shivamogga and Vijayapura.

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