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Karnataka: ‘Do not relax the festival season, it is very important to implement the guidelines’ – COVID-19 committee bid to Karnataka government

Karnataka: 'त्योहारों के मौसम में ढील ना दें, गाइडलाइंस को लागू करना बेहद जरूरी'- कर्नाटक सरकार से बोली कोविड-19 समिति

The reported clusters from nursing colleges (and hostels) and apartments in Mangaluru, Kolar, Bengaluru and Mysore are also indicative of a third wave to hit the state during October-November, the report said.

The COVID-19 Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) constituted by the Government of Karnataka has reiterated that it is very important to implement the guidelines to reduce the spread of infection and prevent the third wave of corona. (File Photo)

The COVID-19 Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) constituted by the Government of Karnataka has reiterated that it is very important to implement the guidelines to reduce the spread of infection and prevent the third wave of corona. The latest TAC report submitted to the government said that the second wave is running as low as the first week of this month.

In the current context of the ongoing second wave in the state, low levels (1,200 to 1,500 cases per day), door-to-door activities and prolonged large public gatherings are highly contagious of the SARS CoV-2 virus. Delta variants are conducive to spread. The report also warned the officials that caution has to be taken especially during this festive season.

‘Guidelines should be implemented without any gap’

A TAC member said that there has been a spurt in infections in Kerala soon after Onam, when the government decided to ease restrictions during the festive season. Also said that our government should ideally not go wrong by ensuring that the guidelines are implemented without any gap.

For the last three days, less than 1,000 corona cases are coming in the state

Meanwhile, Karnataka has been reporting less than 1,000 new cases for the last three days. On Sunday, the total active cases had fallen to 16,656, while it was 18,412 on 1 September. However, the TPR has consistently remained between 0.60 and 0.80 per cent. At the same time, TAC has noticed that respiratory infections are increasing in many parts of the state this month. A TAC member said that rain and cold weather are the factors that will lead to more cases of respiratory infections during September. Cases of infection are also being reported among those who are vaccinated. This may be due to the mutation of the delta variant.

In addition, the reported clusters from nursing colleges (and hostels) and apartments in Mangaluru, Kolar, Bengaluru and Mysore are also indicative of a third wave to hit the state during October-November, the report said. The report said that the same thing happened in March-April 2021, which later led to the second wave of COVID-19.

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