Mangaluru: The risk of coronavirus on the coast is on the rise. In the Dakshina Kannada district, the infection is spreading to the community. Coronavirus has also been confirmed to MLA’s and district health officials. In the meantime, the Random Test Report in Ulala has shook the district.
Yes, the number of infected corona virus in Dakshina Kannada district is crossing the thousands. Initially, the coronavirus was infected, and then there were lesser number cases. But for the past week, the number of coronavirus infections has been on the rise for centuries. On June 26, 519 cases were reported in the district. But the number of infections doubled in a single week. As it moves into the month of July, it is constantly reaching the fringes of the century every day. Coronavirus was reported on July 1 at 84, July 2 at 90, and July 3 at 97. The total number of infected persons in the district increased to 1,012.
In Dakshina Kannada district there was an increase in the number of early healers. Since then, 487 people have been diagnosed with coronavirus in the district while 507 are receiving treatment at various hospitals in the city. In addition, 18 people have died due to Corona in the district. Meanwhile, there is talk of coronavirus spreading to the community in Dakshina Kannada district. Coronavirus numbers are increasing in Mangaluru city. Against this backdrop, the district authorities have conducted a randomized test on the instructions of local MLA UT Khadar, which has confirmed 41 coronary infections in a single day.
Coronavirus infection was detected almost daily. Against the backdrop of an outbreak of contagion in the community, the district authorities have conducted a randomized test, initially testing street vendors, auto drivers and fish vendors. Cases registered during the random test have been a headache for the district.
So far, 103 people have been diagnosed with coronavirus, including 12 are police. The coroner’s concern for the MLA and district authorities in Mangaluru is alarming. Corona inspections are likely to increase in the Mangaluru city limits in the coming days.
In the wake of the coronavirus spreading, activists in many parts of the district are running a lock-down campaign. Harekala village is completely packed, with only trades being held till noon at Ullala. Coronavirus infection can be difficult to control unless people put self-restriction in coastal areas.