Mysuru surpasses 1,000 COVID positive cases
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Mysuru surpasses 1,000 COVID positive cases

July 15, 2020
  • 125 fresh cases reported, 16 discharged, 4 deaths
  • Mandya sees 38 fresh cases, Kodagu 10 cases and Chamarajanagar 8 cases with two deaths

Mysore/Mysuru: Karnataka State yesterday crossed 44,000 COVID-19 positive cases with 2,496 fresh cases and 87 deaths reported yesterday.

According to the evening State media bulletin on July 14, total positive cases stands at 44,077 with total active cases at 25,839 and 842 deaths.

Mysuru: Mysuru district yesterday reported 125 fresh COVID positive cases and four deaths besides 16 discharges.

Now, the total number of positive cases stands at 1,091 with 552 active and 41 total deaths besides 498 discharges.

Eight Cops test positive: Police personnel, who are in the forefront in the battle against COVID-19 and called as ‘Corona Warriors’ have also been affected with the deadly virus as eight Police personnel tested positive for COVID. One of them has recovered.

City Police Commissioner Dr. Chandragupta, speaking to Star of Mysore, said that those who have tested positive include two Probationary Dy.SPs, Assistant Sub-Inspectors (ASIs) and Constables.

The City Top Cop further said that more than 50 Police personnel serving in Police Stations where the affected Cops were serving have been put under Home Quarantine and added that 26 personnel in Udayagiri Police Station are under Home Quarantine.

The City Police Commissioner said that a few senior Police personnel with respiratory and other problems have been identified and put under Home Quarantine and they would be subjected to COVID tests.

Mandya: Mandya reported 38 fresh cases yesterday bringing the total positive cases to 756. A total of 28 patients were discharged yesterday bringing the total active cases to 223.

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Kodagu: Ten fresh cases were reported yesterday with the total COVID cases rising to 195 and the number of active cases to 124. None were discharged yesterday and the total number of deaths remains at three.

Chamarajanagar: The district saw eight fresh positive cases bringing the total positive cases to 188. 16 patients were discharged yesterday with 92 active cases remaining. Two deaths were reported yesterday and the total fatalities now stood at three.

New Containment Zones in Mysuru

Group 1 KHB Colony in Hootagalli
Ambedkar Colony 2nd Cross in Koorgalli
5th Cross in South Phase at Bogadi
Chikkahalli in Mysuru taluk
3rd Cross near Karnataka Bank in Bogadi
11th Cross in K.N. Pura
Green Chasmin Layout on SRP Road at Maidanahalli village in Yelwal hobli
Blackwell at BEML Layout in Srirampura
Gandhinagar 8th Cross, 3rd Main
Pearl Foundation Apartment’s second floor near Dasaprakash Hotel
Kaligudi Street 8th Cross behind Chitra Hospital
Temple View Apartment, Industrial Suburb
Akbar Road 1st Cross near Mandi Police Station
Al Kareem School Road, Shanthinagar
Sunnadakeri 5th Cross in K.R. Mohalla
Jyothinagar Slum, near Gayathripuram
Badamakan in N.R. Mohalla
Siddiquenagar 2nd Cross
Vidyanagar 7th Cross
1st Cross near Sanjeevini Circle at Lokanayaka Nagar
Near Ali Park in Udayagiri
Old Maruthi Extension in Hunsur
Ghousianagar 9th Cross
CPWD Quarters in Jyothinagar
3rd Main Road near Shanaishwara Temple at Medar Block in Bamboo Bazaar
C.V. Road 8th Cross near Rama Mandir in Mandi Mohalla
9th Cross, 12th Block in Shakthinagar
8th Cross near Madegowda Circle in Hebbal 1st Stage
2nd Cross at Usmania Block, Rajendranagar
3rd Cross, Katte Hosur at M.G. Koppal
13th Cross, 3rd Main, A-Block in Dattagalli
Behind Balamuri Ganapathi Temple in Srirampura
3rd Main, 2nd Block in Jayalakshmipuram
3rd Cross in Gokulam 3rd Stage
Near Railway Gate at J.P. Nagar, Srinagar
Oil Mill Street in K.R. Mohalla
Vidyaranyapuram 8th Main
8th Cross, 11th Main on J.C. Main Road
11th Cross, near Ganesh Bhandar at Janata Nagar


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