Karnataka: 31 active JN1 Variant cases identified across the state; 20 have emerged from Bengaluru

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26-12-2023

    The JN1 variant has resulted in 3 deaths

    2 of the deaths have occurred in Bengaluru

    No new restrictions in place in light of covid

34 COVID-19 JN1 Variant cases have emerged across Karnataka. 31 of these are active cases. The variant has resulted in 3 deaths. 2 of the deaths have occurred in Bengaluru. The other death occurred in Ramanagara. 192 samples were used for the genomic sequence.

Of the 31 active cases 20 are in Bengaluru, 4 are in Mysuru, 3 are in Mandya, 1 is in Ramanagara, 1 is in the Bengaluru Rural district, 1 is in Kodagu and there is one case emerging from Chamarajanagar.   

The state government is on high alert. An important meeting of the Covid Cabinet Sub Committee would take place on 26th December. Ways to curtail the spread of the JN1 variant will be discussed in the meeting. The meeting will take place in room no. 313 of the Vidhana Soudha. The meeting will also take the suggestions of the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) intp consideration.

The meeting will be led by the Minister of Health and Family Welfare Dinesh Gundu Rao. Dinesh Gundu Rao clarified that as of now no new restrictions are in place in view of containing the virus. 3 Members of Legislative Assembly (MLAs) are also part of the committee. These include Minister of Social Welfare H.C Mahadevappa, Minister of Medical Education and Skill Development Sharan Prakash Patil and Minister of Higher Education M.C Sudhakar. 

Karnataka: 31 active JN1 Variant cases identified across the state; 20 have emerged from Bengaluru

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    The JN1 variant has resulted in 3 deaths

    2 of the deaths have occurred in Bengaluru

    No new restrictions in place in light of covid

34 COVID-19 JN1 Variant cases have emerged across Karnataka. 31 of these are active cases. The variant has resulted in 3 deaths. 2 of the deaths have occurred in Bengaluru. The other death occurred in Ramanagara. 192 samples were used for the genomic sequence.

Of the 31 active cases 20 are in Bengaluru, 4 are in Mysuru, 3 are in Mandya, 1 is in Ramanagara, 1 is in the Bengaluru Rural district, 1 is in Kodagu and there is one case emerging from Chamarajanagar.   

The state government is on high alert. An important meeting of the Covid Cabinet Sub Committee would take place on 26th December. Ways to curtail the spread of the JN1 variant will be discussed in the meeting. The meeting will take place in room no. 313 of the Vidhana Soudha. The meeting will also take the suggestions of the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) intp consideration.

The meeting will be led by the Minister of Health and Family Welfare Dinesh Gundu Rao. Dinesh Gundu Rao clarified that as of now no new restrictions are in place in view of containing the virus. 3 Members of Legislative Assembly (MLAs) are also part of the committee. These include Minister of Social Welfare H.C Mahadevappa, Minister of Medical Education and Skill Development Sharan Prakash Patil and Minister of Higher Education M.C Sudhakar. 

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