Bengaluru: Corona has taken a dangerous turn in Karnataka's capital Bengaluru amid fears of a third wave. Coming to statistics, corona infection has been confirmed in 543 children in Bengaluru alone between 1st and 11th August. All of them are between 0 and 19 years of age. Meanwhile, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai, who returned from his official visit, has convened an emergency meeting with experts on Friday.
It may be recalled that it was only after experts' opinion that CM Bommai passed an order to open schools in Karnataka. But, in view of the worsening corona, a number of tough decisions can be taken in this meeting. A statement issued by the Greater Bengaluru Municipal Corporation said that 543 children and youth who have been diagnosed with corona infection have been confirmed. Most of them have either mild symptoms of corona or no symptoms.
On the other hand, scientists are treating it as a big threat. Because, without symptoms, the corona is attacking children and young people. This is also increasing the risk of a third wave. Scientists say children and youth need to be safer in the third wave. However, no scientific facts have come to light behind it. However, during the second wave, children and young people have been exposed to the highest number of corona patients.