As on October 25, more people recovered from COVID-19 than those who fell ill for 11 consecutive days in Karnataka. While 4439 people contracted the infection, 10,106 people recovered from the infection across the state on Sunday.
Bengaluru: Karnataka is seeing a fall in the COVID-19 positivity rate each day since the last 11 days.
On Sunday, the state saw more people recovering from COVID-19 than those who fell ill in the last 24 hours with a positivity rate recorded at 4.41 percent.
While 4439 people contracted the infection, 10,106 people recovered from the infection across the state on Sunday. Of these, 2468 new cases and 6759 discharges were reported from Bengaluru alone as the total tally in the city since March 8 rose to over 3.25 lakh.
Meanwhile, active cases in Karnataka have dropped to 81,050. 1,00,511 samples were tested across the state which includes 17,729 Rapid Antigen Detection Tests.
Districts that reported the most cases on October 25 were Bengaluru Rural (234), Tumkur (141), Mysuru (140), Dakshina Kannada (139), and Udupi (117).
The death toll rose to 10,905 as 32 more deaths in the last few days linked to the pandemic were reported on Sunday.
Last Updated 26, Oct 2020, 9:42 AM