Kerala is now planning to vaccinate every person above the age of 18 years against Covid by the end of September. Cases have increased rapidly in the state after Onam. The number of cases of Kovid-19 in Kerala has increased by almost 30 percent to more than 31,455 in the last 24 hours. The Kerala government has blamed ‘Onam’ for the surge in corona cases. The state has recorded 215 deaths with a positivity rate of 19.03 percent. In Kerala, the last time the infection cases crossed 30,000 in a single day on 20 May and 30,491 new Kovid-19 patients were identified on that day. The maximum number of cases in Ernakulam On Wednesday, seven of the state’s 14 districts – Ernakulam, Thrissur, Kozhikode, Malappuram, Palakkad, Kollam and Kottayam – reported more than two thousand cases. Ernakulam recorded the highest number of fresh infections (over 4000 cases), Thrissur, Kozhikode and Malappuram recorded over 3,000 cases
In the case of Kerala, it is being said that a week after the celebration of Onam, the epidemic has increased once again in the state. These increased cases have also been registered when less testing is being done in Kerala due to Onam. The government relaxed restrictions during Onam and Muharram, as a result of which the cases of corona increased rapidly in the state. Highest number of cases in the country Recently, a six-member team appointed by the Center visited the state to investigate the high number of infections in Kerala. He had found that the number of home isolation protocols, contact tracing and RT-PCR tests were being neglected. State Health Minister Veena George said on Wednesday that the state government plans to launch a program to test as many people as possible to isolate them at the earliest and prevent the virus from spreading to others. Could. He said that as the cases increase in the state, the investigation will also be intensified. The increased cases in Kerala have come after Kerala Health Minister Veena George called for increasing “vigilance” for the next four weeks, a day earlier.