School in Davanagere Emerges as COVID-19 Hotspot

A school in the Karnataka district of Davanagere emerged as a group of COVID-19 after 26 students were tested for Coronavirus. Basavanahalli High School and College, located in Basavanahalli, immediately set up classes to monitor the spread of Coronavirus. Significantly, this comes at a time when Karnataka is already battling a new wave of Coronavirus spike.
Coronavirus cases in Karnataka

Karnataka on Friday entered 4,991 cases of Coronavirus, most of them from Bangladuru, suppressing the case to more than 10 lakhs, and the deaths of six reduced the number to 12,5991, the health department said. Bengaluru alone has 3,509 cases and five deaths. Another victim was reported from Kalaburagi. On the same day 1,631 patients fell ill again after recovery.Borders in Karnataka

Meanwhile, the Karnataka government yesterday announced a number of measures that include closing hostels and boarding schools in primary and secondary schools and volunteering for Class 10, 11, and 12 students to curb the growing cases of Coronavirus.

As a precaution, the government also ordered the closure of gymnasiums, party halls, club houses, and swimming pools while boarding buses does not exceed the seating capacity.
Companies have been asked to follow this function from the home mode as much as possible and cinema halls should follow other seats according to 50 per cent of the seats in Bengaluru, Mysuru, Kalaburagi, Dakshina Kannada, Udupi, Bidar and Dharwad. In these regions, restaurants, bars, clubs and restaurants should not have more than 50 percent people. The restrictions will take effect until April 20.

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