Kerala reports 21 new COVID-19 cases: including a pregnant 27-year-old woman from Kollam, state’s total now 286

21 more persons have tested positive for Coronavirus in Kerala. Total cases in the state are 286 of which 256 are active cases: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan

A Pregnant Woman tested positive towards Corona including the newly tested 21 people. Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan Confirmed the News on his Twitter Page. Check the latest Update on Kerals Fight on Covid-19

Kerala reported 21 new cases of coronavirus on Thursday including a 27-year-old pregnant woman from Kollam. Of the 21 new cases, 8 were reported from Kasargod, 5 from Idukki, 2 from Kollam and one each from Thiruvananthapuram, Pathanamthitta, Malappuram, Thrissur, Kannur and Kozhikode.

NewlyTested in Kerala

Kerala is in the crucial condition in the fight towards Corona. In such a crisis A pregnant woman from Kollam district is also among the 21 new #COVID19 positive cases in Kerala. Further on his page he has mentioned 21 more persons have tested positive for #Coronavirus in Kerala. Total cases in the state are 286 of which 256 are active cases. The government is very active in testing and quarantine the active cases and closed all ist borders to ensure the safety of both state and national welfare. For further interesting and useful details visit our site.

Two persons who had attended the Nizamuddin congregation in Delhi has tested positive for coronavirus, chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan said during the press meet.

At present, 256 people are undergoing treatment for coronavirus in various hospitals across the state. 1,65,934 people are kept under observation in the state. Out of this, 1,65,291 are under home quarantine while 643 are admitted to various hospitals. The CM also urged the public not to socially boycott the families of coronavirus patients. He also added that he had demanded the PM to ensure that the supply of essential goods to the state will not be disturbed.

Earlier in the day,Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with Chief Ministers via video conferencing and discussed measures to combat coronavirus. In his second address to the CMs of different states, PM Modi said the government’s first priority for the next few weeks should be “testing, tracing, isolating and quarantining” and for this, administrative efforst down to the district level must be coordinated. Modi also thanked the states for supporting the lockdown decision due to which India has achieved some success in limiting the spread of Covid-19.

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