Highest case load yesterday attached report

Even mysore reported 600+ cases. Totally out of control. Utter failure of politicians and government machinery in karanataka. Once we have 60000 case we will have chaos of unprecedented proportions unless action is taken now. There is no option but to lock the whole state completely for 1 full month/ more  

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And what will happen after 1 month ? We will re-open and it will start going up at the same rate, right ? What then ? Do we lock down for another month ?

The real number of cases is 10-100X of this. It is very likely that 20-30% of Bangalore's population has already had the virus. Most get better without ever having realized it.

The best course is to let the epidemic run through the state while keeping vulnerable people safe. This cannot happen if we all sit and cower at home. more  
It is not surprising as it was expected to be like by the 1st week of Aug. more  
Why are you blaming the authorities? If Covid 19 has to go down, it is in the people's domain. They have to follow the basic precautions prescribed while in public or even with close friends/relatives and not venturing in to crowed places. PROPER WEARING OF THE MASK IS A MUST more  
LOCK DOWN AND KICK DOWN ARE NOT SOLUTIONS. PLEASE STAY SAFE AT HOME OR BE OUT OF BANGALORE IN A VILLAGE. MANY VILLAGES ARE COVID FREE more  
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