Mangaluru: A 58-year-old woman from Boloor in Mangaluru has been tested positive for coronavirus on Thursday. The woman is undergoing treatment at Wenlock Hospital in Mangaluru, said DC Sindhu B Rupesh.
The Tulu Tribune
A couple of weeks back a woman from Kasba, Bantwal succumbed to COVID-19. It was the first fatality to coronavirus in the district which observed a tiny number of infected. When causality reported on air, all the mainstream suspected family of the victim for hiding infection and self-medication. The only unverified reason on which the whole media rallied on was that the son of the victim arrived from Dubai in February.
Mangaluru: Dakshina Kannada district Deputy Commissioner Sindhu B Rupesh asked migrant labourers not to come out from their shelter and violate the lockdown guidelines. She assured district administration would make all arrangements for shifting them to their native places.
Mangaluru: A couple was brutally murdered in broad daylight at Elinje near Kinnigoli on Wednesday, April 29. The deceased couple has been identified as Vincent D'Souza (48) and Helin D'Souza.
Mangaluru: Like a lot of people have been facing a financial crisis and grocery items required for their daily needs, New Mangalore Port Trust (NMPT) has planned to distribute 6000 grocery kits to the needy people.