Yediyurappa was in quarantine a couple of weeks ago after some staff at his home office ‘Krishna’ tested positive. The infection, sources in the Chief Minister's Office said, was detected during a routine weekly test by the health department.
Karnataka Bengaluru Coronavirus (Covid-19) Latest News August 3 Highlights: Yediyurappa on Sunday announced that he had tested positive for the coronavirus and was asymptomatic.
Sources from the Chief Minister's Office told indianexpress.com that Yediyurappa had not developed symptoms yet, but was advised hospitalisation "to avoid risk."
Claimed to be the first of its kind in north Karnataka, the museum is centrally located next to the second entry of Hubballi Railway Station on Gadag Road opposite to Central Railway Hospital.
The ayurveda-based drinks have been priced at Rs 25 per 200 ml bottle. According to KMF, as an introductory offer, the products are being sold for Rs 20.
On Thursday, 57 such students had appeared for Mathematics and 49 for the Biology paper from across centres in the state.
At least 83 patients succumbed to the disease on Thursday, taking the total death tally to 2,230. There were 69,700 active coronavirus cases in the state and ,793 people recovered from the disease, according to the bulletin by the state health department.
Incidentally, the newly-appointed Police Commissioner — a 1990 batch Indian Police Service (IPS) officer — took over charge from his batchmate Rao.
Karnataka Bengaluru Coronavirus (Covid-19) Latest News July 31 Highlights: With the health department linking 22 more fatalities that took place in the last few days to the pandemic, the death toll in Bengaluru rose to 1009 on Thursday.
Meanwhile, Medical Education Minister Sudhakar stressed that those private hospitals which fail to cooperate with the government to combat the pandemic would face “strict action”.
According to CCB Police, Ajay Thanikachalam(37) from CV Raman Nagar and Vikas Raghotham (27) from Rajaianagara were arrested based on seven complaints filed across Cyber Crime, Economic Offences, and Narcotics (CEN) police stations.
Karnataka Bengaluru Coronavirus (Covid-19) Latest News July 30 Highlights: The High Court has directed the KEA and other state authorities to provide transportation and other logistical support to students, their parents, wherever needed, including those staying in containment zones.
One of the neighbours called a gynaecologist at KIMS, Hubbali, who guided them how to deliver the baby over a WhatsApp video call. The delivery was normal.
The incident took place next to a construction site where the city's iconic Kapali theatre was located till 2017. The theatre was then taken down for a mall and a multiplex which is planned to be raised at the same location.
Sumalatha Ambareesh said, "We have to wait for a period of 28 days after recovery and then take an antigen test to determine the level of immunity antibodies. If things fall in place, then I'll definitely do so."
Karnataka Bengaluru Coronavirus (Covid-19) Latest News July 29 Highlights: The number of deaths linked to the pandemic in the state breached the 2000-mark Tuesday as 102 more fatalities in the last few days were linked to the pandemic.
Small pujas and celebrations, no allowing visitors, no visiting places of worship and no outside food are among the restrictions put up by the civic body ahead of the festivals.
Karnataka Bengaluru Coronavirus (Covid-19) Latest News July 28 Highlights: As of July 27, the state's case count has reached 1,01,465 of which 61,819 are active cases.
The first case of COVID-19 in the state was confirmed in Bengaluru on March 8.
Karnataka Bengaluru Coronavirus (Covid-19) Latest News July 27 Highlights: The tally in Karnataka is edging the one lakh-mark, since the first case in the State was confirmed in Bengaluru on March 9.
The total number of Covid-19 cases in Bengaluru has seen a jump of over eight folds since the beginning of July. The number of fatalities during the same period of time has seen a rise of around nine folds.
The rate of RT-PCR testing for the sample sent by the government in private laboratories including screening test and confirmatory test has been capped at Rs 2000 per test inclusive of the cost of PPE kit.
According to police, Sapatak Banerjee (46), a native of West Bengal, attacked his teenage daughter with scissors while in an inebriated state. In the scuffle that ensued as the daughter tried to defend herself, the father lost his life.
The Bengaluru Central Crime Branch Police received information about the child pornography videos uploaded on Facebook through the cyber tipline facility of the National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB).
The “Detroit Study'', a multi-hospital study published early July by US researchers, has shown that “treatment with hydroxyally, chloroquine alone and in combination with azithromycin reduces COVID-19 associated mortality'', the doctor in Bengaluru tells the Dharwad ICU.