Kerala Covid Cases Increasing At Alarming Rate! TPR Raises Close To 50 Percent

Kerala Covid cases are increasing at an alarming rate. In the past 24 hours, the state has registered 55,475 occurrences of covid, pushing the state’s test positive rate to 49.9 percent, an increase from the previously recorded figure.  The TPR, the first time after several months, has reached close to 50 percent. The newly registered TPR clearly shows that one out of two individuals tested for the Covid-19 was diagnosed positive for the test.

Additionally, 70 related fatalities and 84 deaths were freshly recognized as Covid-19 fatalities as per the changed guidelines, bringing the total number of deaths in the state to 52,141. There has been a significant elevation in the Kerala covid cases during the last few days. As per the available data,  the state has 2,85,365 Covid patients currently undergoing treatment.

Breakdown Of Active Kerala Covid Cases

Kottayam – 3,672,  Kozhikode – 4,432,  Palakkad – 3,550,  Kasaragod – 1,728 Malappuram – 3,138, Idukki – 2,452,, Kannur – 2,578, Kollam – 4,452, Alappuzha – 2,561, Pathanamthitta – 2,311, and Wayanad – 1,070, and Thrissur – 5,520 people.

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The Health Department of Kerala said that the covid test centers had collected 1,12,281 covid samples in the 24 hours. Out of them, 55,475 samples tested positive for the virus infection. The report available on the Kerala government’s covid portal also revealed that the test positivity rate has risen over 44 percent.

According to an official media statement of the health department of Kerala, there are 4,42,466 covid patients under supervision across the state, including 10,342 of them being kept in isolation wards at different hospitals. “At this moment, the active count of Kerala covid cases is 2,85,365, with just 3.8 percent of them admitted to hospitals,” according to the press statement. On Tuesday, the state confirmed 154 COVID-19-related fatalities, raising the total number of deaths to 52,141.

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Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya, the Union Health Minister, urged state governments and union territories to increase covid testing in places where the active count has declined in recent times. Furthermore, Dr. Mansukh  Mandaviya advised authorities from the union territories and states to share Covid-19 testing and immunization statistics on a regular basis during a meeting with the authorities of these states and union territories A considerable number of patients are choosing for home isolation. So, the health minister instructed the state administration to monitor the infected people according to national rules closely.

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Statistics from the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare show that India recorded 2,55,874 Covid-19 patients in the past 24 hours on Tuesday, decreasing the previous day’s total of 3,06,064 cases. The health ministry’s figures reveal that over 614 deaths occurred in the last 24 hours, pushing India’s covid death count to 4,90,462. The daily positivity rate is 15.52 percent, and the weekly positivity rate is 17.17 percent. The good news is that daily, and weekly TPR is lower than the previous count. On the other hand, the count of patients recovered from the covid infection rose to 3,70,71,898.   As many as  2,67,753 infected people recovered from the Covid-19 virus in the previous 24 hours.

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