Karnataka Bengaluru Coronavirus News March 23 Highlights: Karnataka Health and Medical Education Minister K Sudhakar Tuesday admitted that the second wave of coronavirus infections has begun in the state. “The second wave has begun in the state. The number of cases is increasing in several parts of the state. People should be vigilant and ensure that Covid-19 precautions are followed,” he said.
Meanwhile, as many as 1280 more people contracted coronavirus infection in Bengaluru on Tuesday, as the capital city continued to report most among all districts in Karnataka. Meanwhile, 2010 cases were reported from across the state with five more deaths linked to the pandemic on March 22.