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Kovid for 3698, 7515 for the sick; The total death toll in Kerala was 37,675

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Thiruvananthapuram: Kovid for 3698 people in Kerala. During the last 24 hours, 45,190 samples were tested. Kovid has been confirmed to have caused 75 deaths in the past few days. In addition, 105 deaths have been reported which have been appealed by the Central Government under the new guidelines of the Supreme Court. This brings the total death toll in the state to 37,675. The weekly infection population ratio is 46 wards in 39 Local Government Areas above 10. There will be strict control here. 7515 people who were treated were cured.

Those who are positive
Kozhikode 724
Ernakulam 622
Thiruvananthapuram 465
Kollam 348
Kannur 200
Malappuram 179
Alappuzha 151
Kasargod 28

Thiruvananthapuram 1305
Kollam 469
Pathanamthitta 401
Alappuzha 176
Ernakulam 963
Thrissur 858
Palakkad 285
Malappuram 335
Kozhikode 667
Kannur 431

There are currently 1,88,979 people under surveillance in various districts. Of these, 1,83,929 are under home / institutional quarantine and 5050 are under hospital surveillance. A total of 333 people were newly admitted to the hospital. Of the current 54,091 Kovid cases, only 7.2 per cent are hospitalized / field hospitals. Fifteen of those diagnosed with the disease were from outside the state. 3432 people were affected through contact. Contact sources for 238 are not clear. Thirteen health workers were affected by the disease.

With this, 54,091 people have been diagnosed with the disease and are still undergoing treatment. 50,12,301 have so far been freed from Kovid. 95.7 per cent of the population to be vaccinated were given one dose (2,55,85,045) and 61 per cent two doses (1,62,95,723). Kerala has the highest number of vaccinations / million in India (11,73,121).

English Summary:
Covid tally November 22


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