Karnataka government hints at another lockdown across Bengaluru as COVID-19 cases spike
Karnataka health minister Sriramulu said on Tuesday that a lockdown may be enforced across Bengaluru if the number of COVID-19 cases continues to increase.
Bengaluru: Karnataka health minister Sriramulu said on Tuesday that a lockdown may be enforced across Bengaluru if the number of COVID-19 cases increases in the state.
In a press meet, he said that four regions in Bengaluru have been sealed for 14 days and that in case the situation continues, there could be another lockdown all over the city. To take a call, we will have a meeting with the CM, COVID-19 task force, experts and officials.
Meanwhile, K Sudhakar this morning said his wife and daughter have tested positive for COVID-19, a day after confirming that his father had coronavirus. The 47-year-old BJP leader said he and his two sons have tested negative.
"Test results of our family members have come. Unfortunately, my wife and daughter have tested positive for #Covid19 and are undergoing treatment (sic)," the minister tweeted this morning.
"My two sons and myself have tested negative. I am grateful to everyone for their best wishes and prayers," he added.