Covid-19 cases may peak in Karnataka by May first week: Health Minister K Sudhakar

Monday, 12 Apr, 8.18 am

Experts opine that the second wave of Covid-19 is likely to peak by the first week of May in Karnataka and will slow down by the end of that month, Health and Family Welfare Minister K Sudhakar said. The wave, he said, would last for 60-80 days.

Following a meeting with the Technical Advisory Committee, the minister told reporters that the Committee was directed to come up with a detailed report regarding the spread of Covid-19 in the state, and measures to reduce it. "The report will be submitted to the Chief Minister, based on which we will decide any changes in guidelines or regulations to curb the pandemic," he said.