Karnataka Bengaluru Coronavirus June 11 Highlights: Bengaluru now has 113 active containment zones within BBMP limits. 17 fresh cases were confirmed in the city. Meanwhile, Karnataka witnessed a spike of 204 new cases as three more fatalities were reported on Thursday.
At the same time, a BMTC driver-cum-conductor working at KR Puram depot tested positive for coronavirus keeping the corporation on its toes to ensure safety to passengers and staff alike.
Meanwhile, Karnataka Law and Parliamentary Affairs Minister J C Madhuswamy Thursday confirmed that the state Cabinet decided to extend the ban on online classes till Class 7 in schools across the state, two classes further than what was announced by Primary and Secondary Education Minister S Suresh Kumar on Wednesday.
However, a few hours after Madhuswamy’s statement, Suresh Kumar contradicted him saying the extension on ban was just a “suggestion” made during the cabinet meeting and “not a government decision.”