A total of 3,254 new Covid-19 cases and 15 deaths have been recorded in Kerala in the last 24 hours.
The total number of recoveries in Kerala has risen to 10,05,497, according to the state government. Meanwhile, the state’s death toll has risen to 4,197 after 15 new deaths in the last 24 hours.
There are reportedly 49,420 active cases in Kerala.
Six states account for 86.37 per cent of all new cases
According to the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, new cases have risen in six states in the last 24 hours, including Maharashtra, Kerala, Punjab, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Gujarat.
According to the Ministry, these six states account for 86.37 per cent of all new cases. There were 16,752 new cases reported.
According to the Ministry, these six states account for 86.37 per cent of all new cases. In the last 24 hours, 16,752 new cases have been reported.
The Centre has been in touch with states and UTs that have a higher caseload of active cases and are showing a rise in the number of new COVID-19 cases every day.
States must maintain a continued vigil in terms of containing the spread, according to the Cabinet Secretary, and not squander the gains of the previous year’s collective hard work.
“They were told not to let their guard down, to enforce COVID proper conduct, and to deal harshly with violations. It was stressed that they must employ successful monitoring techniques in the event of possible super-spreading events “According to the Ministry.
The Centre has also dispatched high-level multi-disciplinary teams to Kerala, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal, Chhattisgarh, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, and Jammu and Kashmir to investigate the cause of the outbreak and coordinate COVID-19 monitoring and containment efforts with state health departments.
In the six states of Maharashtra, Kerala, Punjab, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Gujarat, 84.96 per cent of new deaths occurred.
Maharashtra, Kerala, Punjab, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, and Gujarat accounted for 84.96 percent of all new deaths. In the last 24 hours, India has reported 113 deaths.
Furthermore, a total of 1.07 billion people have been saved so far. In the last 24 hours, 11,718 patients have recovered and been discharged, with 84.19 percent of new recovered cases concentrated in six states.
India is expected to begin the second phase of COVID-19 vaccination on March 1, 2021, for those over 60 years old and those aged 45 and up with particular co-morbid conditions, according to the Health Ministry.