Tuesday, 18 June 2024
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3 fatalities and 292 new COVID-19 cases in Kerala

In the last 24 hours, Kerala recorded 292 new cases of COVID-19 infections and three fatalities from the illness, according to information posted on the Union Health Ministry website on Wednesday.

According to the Ministry website, 292 of the 341 COVID-19 infections reported nationwide as of 8 a.m. today were from Kerala, bringing the total number of active cases in the state to 2,041. Following the three state-reported deaths, Kerala now has 72,056 COVID-related deaths since the virus’s breakout three years ago.


In the previous 24 hours following their infection diagnosis, 224 individuals have been cured, released from the hospital, or relocated. After that, there have been 68,37,203 occurrences in this category overall as of this writing.

State Health Minister Veena George stated on Tuesday that there was no need for fear as Kerala was adequately equipped to manage the COVID-19 pandemic, even with the rise in cases.

The minister further stated that orders had been given to offer special accommodations for COVID-19 patients as well as guarantee that isolation units, rooms, oxygen beds, ICU beds, and ventilators are available in hospitals.

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