Bangalore In Karnataka, the number of deaths from Kovid is continuously increasing. The state health department on Thursday confirmed 36 more deaths. Of these, 22 are from Bangalore city. The death rate in the state reached 1.22 percent on Thursday. The recovery rate is 93.63 percent.
357 patients under ICU undertake 6,570 new Kovid patients in the last 24 hours while 2,393 patients were discharged after treatment. Out of a total of 10,40,130 infected, 9,73,949 have been able to beat the infected corona virus. There have been a total of 12,767 deaths from Kovid in the state. Treatment of 53,395 patients continues. Of these, 357 patients are undergoing treatment at ICU.
The health department tested a total of 1,08,757 new samples including 8,779 rapid antigens and 99,978 RT-PCR tests in the state in the last 24 hours.
Out of 6,570 new patients from Bangalore, 67 per cent of the patients have met 4,422 in Bengaluru urban district alone. With this, the total number of infected people has reached 4,64,438. Of these, 4,20,751 patients have recovered. Treatment of 38,946 patients continues. A total of 4,740 patients have died due to Kovid in the city. In Bengaluru, the recovery rate has come down to 90.59 while the death rate is 1.02 per cent.
More than 100 new cases have been reported from these districts, 240 in Kalaburgi district, 216 in Mysuru district, 183 in Tumkuru district, 145 in Dakshina Kannada district, 142 in Uttara Kannada district, 129 in Bidar district and 126 in Ballari district.
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