May 28, 2022
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COVID 19: New seven cases reported at Kerala; 27 recovers

Kerala on Friday revealed seven new Covid-19 cases, however above all, it recorded 27 additional recoveries with specialists calling attention to that the state’s epidemic curve has begun to straighten. The number of patients right now under treatment has come down to 238, while 124 have recouped so far.

“It’s an awesome pattern for the time being. However, we have to keep up it for the next two weeks to state that we’ve leveled the bend. Likewise, we should be doubly careful when the lockdown loose,” said Amar Fettle, state nodal official for COVID-19.

Kasaragod, which has been the hotspot, announced just three new cases on Friday while Kannur and Malappuram included two new patients each. The two new cases reported in Malappuram originated from Nizamuddin. Two from Kannur and three from Kasaragod gotten the infection through contact.

Of the 27 people whose outcomes were contrary, 17 had a place with Kasaragod. The others were from Kannur (six), Kozhikode (two), Ernakulam and Thrissur (one each).

Kerala revealed its first Covid-19 case on January 30. From three Wuhan-returned cases, the number fired going up from March 8. A sum of 364 individuals have tested positive up until now. Two individuals died.

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