Bengaluru: 3 deaths witnessed on account of Covid-19 virus

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21-12-2023

    Whether they were infected with the JN1Variant will be determined

    17 new COVID19 cases have been identified in Bengaluru in the last 20 days

    Meeting to be held at CM Siddaramaiah's home office Krishna

3 deaths have been reported on account of COVID19 in Bengaluru. This includes a 76-year-old patient admitted to a private hospital in JP Nagar and a 44-year-old admitted to a government hospital. They had indications of co-morbidities. Whether they were infected with the JN1Variant will be determined after the genomic sequencing.

17 new COVID19 cases have been identified in Bengaluru in the last 20 days. 2 of the 17 cases are critical. 11 cases have been identified in the BBMP West Zone. The BBMP East Zone has 9 cases. Bommanahali is another hotspot with 8 cases. 

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar and Minister of Health and Family Welfare Dinesh Gundu Rao will hold a meeting along with the Technical Advisory Committee at 1 PM on December 21st on the precautionary steps to be taken in light of the JN1 Variant  at the CM’s home office Krishna. 

Mr. D Shashi Kumar, General Secretary, KAMS laid out the procedure to be followed by schools as precautionary steps in light of the COVID19  JN1 Variant that has been identified in Karnataka.  Children found to be ill are advised to not be sent to school. The SOPs regarding mapping the temperature and usage of hand sanitisers are to be followed. Those planning trips to foreign countries in light of the holidays need to exercise extra care. First aid and oxygen kits are recommended for any travel.

Bengaluru: 3 deaths witnessed on account of Covid-19 virus

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    Whether they were infected with the JN1Variant will be determined

    17 new COVID19 cases have been identified in Bengaluru in the last 20 days

    Meeting to be held at CM Siddaramaiah's home office Krishna

3 deaths have been reported on account of COVID19 in Bengaluru. This includes a 76-year-old patient admitted to a private hospital in JP Nagar and a 44-year-old admitted to a government hospital. They had indications of co-morbidities. Whether they were infected with the JN1Variant will be determined after the genomic sequencing.

17 new COVID19 cases have been identified in Bengaluru in the last 20 days. 2 of the 17 cases are critical. 11 cases have been identified in the BBMP West Zone. The BBMP East Zone has 9 cases. Bommanahali is another hotspot with 8 cases. 

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar and Minister of Health and Family Welfare Dinesh Gundu Rao will hold a meeting along with the Technical Advisory Committee at 1 PM on December 21st on the precautionary steps to be taken in light of the JN1 Variant  at the CM’s home office Krishna. 

Mr. D Shashi Kumar, General Secretary, KAMS laid out the procedure to be followed by schools as precautionary steps in light of the COVID19  JN1 Variant that has been identified in Karnataka.  Children found to be ill are advised to not be sent to school. The SOPs regarding mapping the temperature and usage of hand sanitisers are to be followed. Those planning trips to foreign countries in light of the holidays need to exercise extra care. First aid and oxygen kits are recommended for any travel.

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