67 new cases of Covid-19 reported in Karnataka, taking the total number of infected cases to 1,462 in the state. According to the information given by the Health Department on Wednesday, the death toll in the province rose to 41 after the death of a man from infection in Bengaluru city. S Suresh Kumar, spokesperson and minister of affairs related to Covid-19 in Karnataka, said, “Of the 67 new cases surfaced, 52 have traveled interstate in the past, 51 are from neighboring state Maharashtra while one is from Visakhapatnam in Andhra Pradesh. We are having problems because cases are coming because of other state’s people. ‘
Kumar said that Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa had recently said that the movement of people from Maharashtra, Gujarat and Tamil Nadu has been stopped for the time being until separate centers are in place. He said that such centers mostly consist of people from these states who have been placed after proper investigation. Asked about the effect of the Central Government’s decision to abolish the rule requiring state approval for labor train operations, Karnataka said that we have to see it. .
Meanwhile, the death toll in the state rose to 41 with the death of a 43-year-old man from Bengaluru city. According to reports, as of May 20, the state has a total of 1,462 cases of corona virus infection, including 41 deaths. Apart from this, 556 patients have been discharged from hospitals after recovering. In this way, the number of such patients in the state are 864 who are currently being treated.