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Mekedatu padayatra led to surge in Covid circumstances: K’taka Health Minister – Bengaluru News

Speaking to the media at Vikasa Soudha on Thursday, Sudhakar, maintained that the BJP authorities dealt with the state of affairs with maturity with out giving any scope for chaos. He additionally appreciated the Congress for calling off the padayatra in the curiosity of the well being and security of the residents.

“Several thousands of innocent people have participated in the padayatra. We are yet to see how it will spread Covid. The government did not stop the padayatra by brutal force but we tried to convince them,” he stated.

The irresponsible statements made by KPCC President D.Okay. Shivakumar are very unbecoming and have harm the morale of Covid warriors. They have even harm prime officers in addition to frontline staff, he charged.

Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has very deep understanding and information of irrigation points and he’s very nicely conscious of what wants to be accomplished to profit the state. The Opposition ought to be part of fingers with the federal government in such inter-state water points. The Uttar Pradesh Congress has cancelled all political rallies regardless of elections. The Karnataka Congress also needs to have postponed the padayatra, Sudhakar opined.

The authorities has lodged FIRs and issued notices to all those that have violated Covid norms. CM Bommai has managed the state of affairs very sensitively with out giving room for any violence, he stated.

Mekedatu is an inter-state subject and Tamil Nadu has approached the Supreme Court. The ruling DMK is a UPA alliance accomplice and if the Congress excessive command is absolutely involved about Karnataka, it might have mentioned with the Tamil Nadu CM to withdraw the case, stated Sudhakar.

“On Dec 28, 2021, there were 356 cases in the state including 269 in Bengaluru. On January 5 we had 3,605 cases in Bengaluru and 641 in the rest of the state. On January 11, we had 10,800 cases in Bengaluru alone and 3,673 in the rest of the state. So between December 28 and January 11, in 15 days, the cases have increased by 32.64 per cent in Bengaluru Urban district, 32.65 per cent in BBMP and 36.44 per cent in the state,” defined the minister.

While the doubling time in the primary wave was 10-12 days, it was 8 days throughout second wave. But in the third wave the circumstances are doubling each 2 or 2.5 days. It is due to this fact essential for everybody to get each the doses of vaccine. Between January 1-11, there have been 62,641 energetic circumstances and about 6 are in hospital, 1 per cent in Covid Care Centres and the remainder 93 per cent are in house isolation, stated the minister.

“We have set a target of at least 2 lakh tests per day and we will increase it further. About 1 lakh tests are being done in Bengaluru. About 265 labs are operational in the state and there are 9 genomic labs, 5 are state and 4 are central government labs. We have a capacity to sequence 1,875 samples in one batch,” claimed Sudhakar.

After the second wave, at a complete value of Rs 243 crores, we have now established a further 6,386 oxygen beds and a pair of,928 ICU beds in 147 taluk hospitals. 665 oxygen beds and 263 ICU beds have been added in 19 district hospitals at a price of Rs 25 crores. 217 out of 266 oxygen crops allotted to Karnataka are operational. 3,460 ventilators and eight,100 oxygen concentrators can be found, he elaborated.

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