Deputy Commissioner of Belagavi Dr.S B Bommanahalli on Monday said, as most of the patients tested positive for COVID-19 have been discharged the containment zones in Belagavi city will be denotified by May 15.
At present, Peeranwadi and Yellur are the two containment zones which will be freed shortly.
Belagavi now officially is in the second position after Bengaluru with respect to the COVID-19 positives. Belagavi district has a tally of 113, 107 from Belagavi district, and 8 from Bagalkote district but admitted at the designated COVID hospital in Belagavi.
By May 22 the quarantine period of most of the people ends and administration has accelerated measures for rapid testing for COVID and tracing all suspected primary and secondary contacts.
6620 tests have been conducted in District out of which 6161 are negative.