According to a report by New Delhi TV on February 16, 103 people tested positive for COVID-19 nucleic acid in a residential community in Bangalore, the capital of Karnataka, India.
Local officials said that residents of the community held two large-scale wedding anniversary parties in the days before the outbreak of infection.
District officials said that on February 11, seven confirmed cases were reported in the community. On the 12th, 17 new confirmed cases were added, which attracted the attention of the local government.
The testing agency carried out centralized testing on the residents of the community on the 13th.
A total of 399 families and 1,190 people were tested. Test results show that 103 people are positive and diagnosed with COVID-19.
At present, one person is hospitalized, and other mild or asymptomatic patients are isolated at home.
Local medical officials in charge of the investigation said that there were two family gatherings in the community on February 6 and 7.
In addition, the majority of the infected people are asymptomatic patients under the age of 50.