Here are all the coronavirus hotspots in Karnataka
- Prime Minister Narendra Modi extended the
coronaviruslockdown until May 3.
- Modi also said that India will also keep a keen eye on hotspots, possible hotspots and prevent the creation of new hotspots.
- Bengaluru declared 38 hotspots, while Karnataka has 260 active coronavirus cases with 65 cured and 9 dead.
Modi also said that India will also keep a keen eye on hotspots, possible hotspots and prevent the creation of new hotspots. For the next one week, India will enforce stricter measures to contain the virus within them.
Only those districts which are able to manage to stay coronavirus free, may see some easing of restrictions after April 20. However, Modi warned that if a case comes up after the rules are eased, then a complete lockdown will be enforced again.
AdvertisementKarnataka has 260 active coronavirus cases with 65 cured and 9 dead. Karnataka was one of the first states to shut down schools, theatres, malls and pubs, long before the lockdown.
These are the hotspots in Karnataka
The districts of Bengaluru, Mysuru, Chikkaballapur, Dakshina Kannada, Bidar, Uttara Kannada, Bagalkot, Kalaburagi, Belagavi, Vijayapura and Ballari districts are reportedly under the red zone according to the state.
However, according to the central government Bengaluru, Mysuru, Kalaburagi, Chikkaballapur, Bidar, Dakshina Kannada and Uttara Kannada are the hotspots.
Bengaluru, the state’s capital which is also called as India’s silicon valley, has the highest number of cases in Karnataka. It declared 38 hotspots within the city.
38 hot spots declared in Bengaluru, Karnataka: Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) #COVID19 https://t.co/GofyBS6VER— ANI (@ANI) 1586882976000
Here's a map of all of 383 Coronavirus containment zones in Mumbai
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