Corona will not get entry in Bengaluru without negative report, rules will be applicable from April 1

Bengaluru: In view of the rising outbreak of Coronavirus, the Karnataka government has again started banning it. In this sequence, the state government has made it mandatory for people coming to Bangalore from other states to have a negative report of the Corona virus RT-PCR test. Karnataka Minister Dr. K Sudhakar (Dr K Sudhakar) gave this information.

The rule will be applicable from 1 April

According to ZEE NEWS affiliate website DNA, the Karnataka government has taken this decision to check the infection of corona. This order will come into effect from April 1, 2021. Karnataka’s Health and Medical Education Minister, Dr. K.K. Sudhakar said after meeting with the officials of the Brihat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palika (BBMP), ‘More than 60 per cent of the cases in Bengaluru are from people coming to other states. In view of this, the negative report of Corona has been made mandatory.

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18226 active cases of Kovid-19 in Karnataka.

In Bangalore, 1400 new cases were registered on Thursday, its highest daily figure in the last four months. According to the statistics of the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, so far 978478 people have been infected with Coronavirus in Karnataka, out of which 12471 people have lost their lives. So far, 9 lakh 47 thousand 781 people have been cured in Karnataka and there are 18226 active cases in the state.

59118 new cases across the country in 24 hours

According to the Ministry of Health, in the last 24 hours, after the arrival of 59118 new cases of Covid-19 in India, the total number of positive cases has gone up to 1.18 million 46 thousand 652. At the same time, after 257 new deaths in the last 24 hours, the total number of deaths has increased to 1,60,949. The total number of active cases in the country is 4,21,066 and the total number of discharged cases is 1,12,64,637.


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