Karnataka and Bangalore have lost it
Look at the attachment state case load 10000+ today and namma bengaluru at 5000 alone. Higher than Delhi Mumbai ever had. Yeddi sir has failed. I am sorry more
The disease is there everywhere. It is detected when Tested. That too when beds are available . The discharge has been 9,832 cases on the day and steadily maintained around that on a daily basis. That means that many beds are ready to be occupied; So the Testing is stepped up, and it is also focused not random as the kit costs money.
The disease is no doubton the rise, the reason is opeing up to Economic Activity , which is absolutely essential. Little more caution from the public is no doubt necessary. As much implementation of Social distancing is also necessary .
For example the bus driver and conductor should be made to play a vital role by takin in just the prescribed amount of Passengers in a Unit , may it be Transport Bus, or Metro Rail.It is not a difficult process when Protocols are being maintained for the private cars and vehicles. People have vested the power with the Administration . more
What can any one do if the people do not follow the prescribed precautions to avoid catching Covid. I jut took a survey for one hour (9 to 10 am) by standing at the gate of my house which is in a main road in a residential area with access to central Bangalore. Believe it or not, 25% of people who are walking or on a two wheeler did not wear the mark. Two wheelers should note that at signals, people will be close by more
Yes. We cannot blame the Government because it is doing all their best in spreading knowledge how to be careful on this pandemic. No one can do anything until and unless a reliable medicine is searched. We have to take care of ourselves. In my childhood, diseases like cholera etc. people use to take utmost care without intervention of anybody else. Local body was taking some cautions such as preventing water pollution, vaccinating the entire residents. But, this Covid 19 has no vaccine to cure but preventive measures will work to a great extent which we should follow. Without following such preventive measures, blaming the Government has no meaning. No income to Government since lock down. Government have stopped their main source of income that is transportation by bus and trains since six months. It has to pay salaries to the staff. It has to pay compensation to the displaced/deprived workers such as barbers, construction labours besides giving pensions and subsidies. Everyone know that money cannot rain from the sky. Action should start from the tail end of the society. Government or community may help to some extent. The so called 'learned people' are not at all following the simple preventive measures such as wearing masks, social distance, staying in home etc. So many people throng into Karnataka from other States. Is it possible to check every one of them daily? Insufficient staff in Government Offices, Hospitals, Police Department. How can we expect better performance from the Government? more
Such irresponsible comments come from some anti-social elements who do not care about the protocol or follow simple and helpful instructions. How the Chief Minister of a state is responsible for the spread of the virus when such viruses are alive and writing comments? In that case CMs of almost all states in India must quit and disappear from political field. The author of the comment have a twisted mind of a cheap, uncouth, illiterate political goon. Shame on this city to allow such people live, eat, drink and breath in this country. more
I agree with JG, Yedi is in no way responsible for the figure 5000. Watch Kannada news channel to clear your doubts about how responsible are the residents of BLR more