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Rise in Covid-19 Cases in Kerala

Rise in Covid-19 Cases in Kerala

On the one hand, where the number of new corona cases is decreasing daily in the country. At the same time, a worrying one related to this is coming out from Kerala. Kerala has become the first state in the country where more than 20 thousand new cases have been reported for the first time in the last 50 days.

22,129 new cases of Covid-19 have been reported in Kerala on Tuesday, after which the total number of infected people has increased to 33,05,245. At the same time, the test infection rate (TPR) again crossed 12 percent.

After the death of 156 patients in the state in the last 24 hours, the death toll increased to 16,326. After 13,145 patients became infection free, the total number of healthy people in the state increased to 31,43,043. There are a total of 1,45,371 active patients in the state. More than 2,000 cases of infection have been reported in five districts of the state. The maximum number of 4,037 cases have been reported from Malappuram.

This was followed by Thrissur with 2,623, Kozhikode 2,397 and Ernakulam 2,352 and Palakkad 2,115, Kollam 1,914 and Kottayam 1,136, Thiruvananthapuram 1,100, Kannur 1,072 and Alappuzha 1,064. It was told in the release that there are 116 health workers among the new patients.

Let us inform that once again the increase in new cases of corona infection in 22 districts of seven states of the country has raised the concerns of the central and state governments. Joint Secretary Luv Aggarwal said that this increase in the cases of Corona is a matter of concern. Luv Aggarwal said that there are more than 10 percent positive cases in 54 districts in the country.

In the last 24 hours, 29 thousand 689 new cases of corona have been reported in the country. At the same time, 415 people died. Now the total number of active cases in the country has come down to 3 lakh 98 thousand 100. Now the total number of positive cases in the country has gone up to 3 crore 14 lakh 40 thousand 951.

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