Bengaluru: Bengaluru Urban reported 4,340 new COVID-19 cases on Sunday, with the greatest number of cases being reported from Yelahanka and Bengaluru West.

Both Yelahanka and Bengaluru West reported 16% of all cases. Bengaluru still has 16 containment zones, a figure that has remained unchanged since the last few weeks.

Bengaluru South stands at 14%, Bommanahalli at 13%, RR Nagara and Mahadevapura at 11% each, and Dasarahalli at 4%.

The highest number of cases in Bengaluru were reported in the age group of 30-39 years. 2,681 were reported to have recovered on Sunday.

Karnataka on Sunday reported 10,145 fresh coronavirus cases, third such occurrence in a week where the single-day infections exceeded the 10,000-mark.

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The spike in cases in the state on Sunday was led by Bengaluru Urban with 4,340 fresh cases and 22 deaths.

According to the health bulletin, Mysuru also saw a significant jump in COVID-19 cases with 1,037 infections and 12 deaths on Sunday.

The department said 307 cases were reported in Hassan, followed by Ballari (304), Dakshina Kannada (293), Shivamogga (279), Bengaluru Rural (274), Tumakuru (245), Mandya (233), Udupi (231), Belagavi (224) and Chikkamagaluru (227).