Karnataka Allots More Land For Emergency Crematoriums As Covid Rages | Read

PUBLISHED ON: April 29, 2021 | Duration: 2 min, 21 sec

  
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Almost one quarter of the over 6,000 Covid deaths in Bengaluru since the pandemic began took place in April. This calamitous second wave of infections has seen the need for several new emergency crematoriums being opened on the outskirts of the city. The Karnataka government has allotted a total of 230 acres of land in different areas around the city for emergency open air cremations. This aims to ease the burden on city crematoriums - by diverting those who are waiting in line to cremate their dead.
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