Bengaluru: Amidst rising Covid-19 cases Dengue becomes another cause of concern

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24-12-2023

    There are 271 active COVID-19 cases across Karnataka

    15926 cases have been identified in Karnataka

    9 deaths have been recorded on account of Dengue

There are 271 active COVID-19 cases across Karnataka. Of these 234 have been identified in Bengaluru. In the last 24 hours, 104 cases have come to the forefront in the city. 

The district-wise breakdown is as follows. Apart from the 234 cases in Bengaluru, Bellary has registered 2 cases, Bengaluru Rural has registered 1 case, Chamarajanagar has registered 2 cases, Chikkamagaluru has registered 4 cases, Mysuru has registered 12 cases, Dakshina Kannada has registered 3 cases, Mandya has registered 2 cases, Ramangara has registered 3 cases, Shivamogga has registered 6 cases and Tumakuru has registered 2 cases. 

Amidst the concern and preparation for another prospective Covid-19 outbreak, the number of dengue cases have also been on the rise. There has been a steady increase on a daily basis. The total number of cases across the state will shortly touch 16,000 if one were to go by present trends. Currently 15926 cases have been identified. Of these, 8279 cases can be accounted for from the 8 zones of the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP). Apart from this, 7647 cases are being treated across Karnataka. 9 deaths have been recorded on account of Dengue. 

Chikungunya cases have also been on a rise. More than 1559 cases have been identified across Karnataka.

Bengaluru: Amidst rising Covid-19 cases Dengue becomes another cause of concern

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    There are 271 active COVID-19 cases across Karnataka

    15926 cases have been identified in Karnataka

    9 deaths have been recorded on account of Dengue

There are 271 active COVID-19 cases across Karnataka. Of these 234 have been identified in Bengaluru. In the last 24 hours, 104 cases have come to the forefront in the city. 

The district-wise breakdown is as follows. Apart from the 234 cases in Bengaluru, Bellary has registered 2 cases, Bengaluru Rural has registered 1 case, Chamarajanagar has registered 2 cases, Chikkamagaluru has registered 4 cases, Mysuru has registered 12 cases, Dakshina Kannada has registered 3 cases, Mandya has registered 2 cases, Ramangara has registered 3 cases, Shivamogga has registered 6 cases and Tumakuru has registered 2 cases. 

Amidst the concern and preparation for another prospective Covid-19 outbreak, the number of dengue cases have also been on the rise. There has been a steady increase on a daily basis. The total number of cases across the state will shortly touch 16,000 if one were to go by present trends. Currently 15926 cases have been identified. Of these, 8279 cases can be accounted for from the 8 zones of the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP). Apart from this, 7647 cases are being treated across Karnataka. 9 deaths have been recorded on account of Dengue. 

Chikungunya cases have also been on a rise. More than 1559 cases have been identified across Karnataka.

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