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Kerala reports dip in COVID-19 cases

The outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic has spread like wildfire across all of India. 20 days earlier, Kerala was the most affected state in India. On Wednesday, Kerala reported only one new case and has thereby witnessed a considerable drop in the number of new cases reported. A total of 163,130 people all over the state are under observation.

The Chief Minister of Kerala, Pinarayi Vijayan, reported that the process of samples being sent for testing are speeding due to the decrease in the number of positive cases. The government is also trying to trace all the people of the state who participated in the Tablighi Jamaat at Nizamudin and Malaysia.

According to a graph which shows the seven-day rolling average of COVID-19 cases since the 100th case in the states, Kerala’s curve has not only flattened, but also started to dip after the 10th day. Around 85 % of the coronavirus affected patients have recovered according to reports.




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