Karnataka Bengaluru March 30 Highlights: 21 deaths, 2975 new cases reported in Karnataka
Karnataka Bengaluru Coronavirus (Covid-19) Latest News March 30 Highlights: 21 more deaths in the last few days were linked to the pandemic by the Department of Health and Family Welfare Services on March 30, 2021
A volunteer testing a two-year old baby in Bengaluru’s Bommanahalli Zone. (Express photo)
Karnataka Bengaluru Coronavirus News March 30 Highlights: Bengaluru Urban reported 1984 new cases of Covid-19 out of the total 2975 from across the state on Tuesday. Meanwhile, 21 more deaths in the last few days were linked to the pandemic by the Department of Health and Family Welfare Services on March 30, 2021.
Other districts that reported most cases are Kalaburagi (156), Mysuru (111), and Bidar (102). At the same time, 1262 others recovered from the infection while 47,686 people were inoculated across the state.
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Officials hinted that the inauguration is now likely to take place before the end of April or by the first week of May. (Twitter/@PiyushGoyal)
Meanwhile, Sir M Visvesvaraya Railway Terminal, situated in Bengaluru’s Baiyappanahalli is set to be inaugurated by Prime Minister Modi, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Railway Board Suneet Sharma confirmed after an inspection held at soon-to-be India’s first centralised air-conditioned railway terminal.
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