Karnataka in trouble

Bangalore and Mysore and many other districts totally out of control. See attached more  

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every day, we find more number of people coming and going to other states freely, especially andhra, tamil nadu, karnataka, kerala, the movement seems to be unstoppable... more  
What to do can any way to find the virus and kill the virus before attacking bangalore and mysore people. we have to leave with virus if our fate is there we will live other wise we will die more  
viruses always spread like fire-we need a trained fighting force to combat more  
I would say ,the situation is Progressing as the gap between the discharged cases and Fresh cases are narrowing . That means that many beds and facilities are availabble for fresh cases . The Lock downs are actually utilized for building up the availability of Infra structure like Ward beds , ICU Beds and Ventilators . When facilities are avilable for more patients then the HEALTH AUTHORITIES GO CHASING VIRUS CASES WITH INCREASED TESTING .This is the advice from ICMR & N.I.E. That is exactly what is happening in many states in India .Delhhi , Tamilnadu, Maharashtra started earlier . Now A.P. ,Karntakau.p. is doing .

In Tamilnadu the daily cases went up to 8,000 per day last month when the testing per day was around 55 thousand , Then the cases were admitted for treatment and recovered . As & when more cases recovered the past week 5 to 6 thousand cases are treated and sent home . These facilities become available for treatment so esting is increased . The testin rate per day had increased from 65,0000 to 75,000 ,the past 2 days . These 2 days there was spike in cases. But all are guaranteed of treament , Quarantine .

Government & Economic Activity can not wait till the last Covid 19
Virus driven out . Government is concerned about the unorganized
Labour and small time business people. We have learnt from the Media
that Covid 19 has come to stay for some time to come .
In some states like Tamil nadu Health care workers with Thermal Scanners and Oximeters are on their rounds door to door even in Slums : besides Fever Camps in selected spots . So the high risk ones are also being tested every day.

We shouldn’t run away from the responsibility , it will be like
running away from the noose . The more one runs away from the noose ,
the more the noose is tightened and takes one to in extricable
position . A good example to cite will be the Dog Catcher trapping
even the big & most ferocious of Canines.

We can tighten little more on Personal safety, that will protect us and our fellow citizens .

Boost immunity .
Sqeeze Virus out of Lungs .
Reduce Viral Load
– Stay peaceful . Jai Hind more  
A clueless political class , ineffective police , regulatory agencies and rampaging public are fully accountable for this "man made disaster" in state of Karnataka more  
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