Bengaluru: Karnataka’s capital city Bengaluru has reported a total of 29,588 containment zones in the city as of Sunday, September 13.

Out of the 29,588 containment zones 19,680 are still active, and the rest 9,908 zones have returned to normal.

Based on the daily data provided by the Bengaluru Bruhat Mahanagara Palike on Sunday, RR Nagara had the most number of active containment zones in the city at 4,689, followed by Bengaluru South at 2,960 active zones.

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Bengaluru West has reported 2,881 active containment zones followed by Bommanahalli with 2,880; Bengaluru East has reported 2,111 active containment zones.

However, Mahadevapura, Yelahanka and Dasarahalli have less than 2,000 active containment zones at 1,917, 1,210 and 1,032 active zones respectively.

According to the BBMP officials 67% of containment zones remain active while 33% have returned to normal.

Meanwhile, Bengaluru has become the 2nd highest city in the country to record the greatest number of COVID-19 cases every day after Delhi.

On Sunday Karnataka reported over 9,000 news cases in just a day for the 11th time on Sunday, September 13.

Based on the daily report given by the BBMP and the state government, the state saw 104 deaths in the past 24 hours, taking the death toll to 7,265.