BANGALORE: The city Bangalore has reported more than 200 Covid-19 cases in only 24 hours for the first time in 88 days, sparking concerns among health officials.
According to the Karnataka Health Department, there were a total of 232 cases in the state capital, with a positive rate of 1.20 percent. Bangalore last surpassed the 200-case milestone on March 3 with 239 illnesses.
There are 1,943 current Covid cases in the city right now, with the bulk of them being treated at home. In the last 24 hours, no new containment zones have been declared. There are currently five containment areas in the city, with a total of 12,930 Covid tests done on Sunday.
During the same time period, the state recorded 241 new Covid cases. For the 11th day in a row, no deaths have been reported. The state's overall number of active cases has risen to 2,041 with a positive rate of 0.95 percent. On Sunday, 18,000 tests were done across Karnataka.