New Delhi: Though the number of COVID-19 cases in Karnataka has not yet reached a worrying stage, Karnataka Medical Education Minister K Sudhakar has said experts have indicated a surge in coronavirus cases in the state after August 15. The government, however, is ready to handle the peak and is taking all precautionary measures in that direction. Also Read - PUBG MOBILE World League Updated Schedule And Format, Live Streaming Details: When And Where to Watch PMWL 2020 Online, Updated Schedule, Teams And Prize Money
“About 97 per cent of over 3,000 active cases in the state are asymptomatic,” the minister said, adding that experts after studying the developments in other countries and states have said that there will be a surge in infections after August 15. Also Read - Limit Video Meets to 30 Minutes to Avoid Brain Fatigue
As of June 11 evening, cumulatively 6,245 COVID-19 positive cases have been confirmed in the state, which includes 72 deaths and 2,976 discharges, the health department’s bulletin said. Also Read - Rajasthan Crisis: Pilot Not Meeting Rahul Gandhi, Congress Wants to Welcome Him With ‘Open Arms’
It said, out of 3,195 active cases, 3,185 patients are in isolation at designated hospitals and are stable, while 10 are in ICU.