The M Chinnaswamy cricket stadium and the Bengaluru Palace in Karnataka will be converted into a COVID-19 care centre, informed the Chief Minister’s Office (CMO) on Thursday.
The Bangalore International Exhibition Centre was also recently converted into a COVID-19 care facility by the state government amid the rising number of COVID-19 cases.
R Ashoka, the state’s COVID management in charge said, “People of Bangalore need not panic. All necessary equipment and preparation are being arranged by the state. We have over 600 ambulances ready to take care of COVID patients.”
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Bangalore now has maximum number of containment zones , with 3,181 containment zones out of 5,621 zones in the state.In the last 10 days alone, Bengaluru saw 9,189 positive cases. While the state’s total tally of cases till Wednesday was 26815.
As per the data from the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Karnataka now has a total of 28,877 COVID-19 cases, including 16,531 active cases and 11,876 recoveries. 470 people have died of the infectious virus in the state so far.
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