Bangaluru 29, September 2021 (News Galiyara): Regional officials have signed up for Sri Chaitanya Girls’ Residential School in Bengaluru following the fact that 60 of its students were found to have Covid-19. Of those tested positive, only two were symptomatic.
The development is of great concern to the Karnataka health and education department as B.S. The Bommai government is preparing to open primary schools soon.
Bangaluru Urban District Commissioner J Manjunath said the students were found dead on September 26. The Covid-19 test was performed on 480 students as one of the Bellary students developed symptoms similar to Covid.
The girls tested positive from Classes 11 and 12. Forty-six students were identified as Karnataka students and 14 students from Tamil Nadu. There are also 22 teachers, 57 staff members of the boarding school.