75 more UK returnees yet to be traced across Karnataka

  • | Monday | 4th January, 2021

The number of UK returnees are increasing with every passing day. 75 more people who returned to the state from the United Kingdom in the past few days are yet to be traced, Karnataka Health Minister K Sudhakar said on Monday. “The Home department and BBMP have assured to trace them soon. Tracing is delayed as three people have foreign addresses and some immigration issues,” he said.

The number of UK returnees are increasing with every passing day. 75 more people who returned to the state from the United Kingdom in the past few days are yet to be traced, Karnataka Health Minister K Sudhakar said on Monday. “The Home department and BBMP have assured to trace them soon. Tracing is delayed as three people have foreign addresses and some immigration issues,” he said.

He added, “48 passengers were tested positive out of which 34 are UK returnees. Mutant coronavirus is found in 10 people among them. All are recovering in government hospitals.”

Flyers from Bengaluru can now take a train from the city to reach the airport and vice-versa after trains began operating to and from Kempegowda International Airport halt station (KIAH) on Monday. The trains operated by the South Western Railways (SWR) will be from KSR Bengaluru City, Cantonment, and Yelahanka stations. Tickets are priced between Rs 10 and Rs 15 for a one-way commute.



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