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South India: Kerala witnesses sharp dip in coronavirus cases, impacting pandemic’s National Dynamics 

July 19,2021:Kerala has been contributing the maximum number to the national tally of Covid 19 cases but on Monday it drastically reduced its share to less than ten thousand to bring down the country’s total fresh daily cases significantly to 30,000.   

This had its impact on the Covid dynamics of overall caseload and recoveries thus bringing relief to the country mulling over deciding whether the ‘second wave’ was on the way out. This may only be a small consolation as experts are still warn of a ‘third wave’ but also felt that it might not be as severe as its previous phase’s devastating strike.

With some improvement in the overall containment efforts alongwith strengthening the Corona Care infrastructure and slow but increasing vaccination, the next wave of Covid 19 could be less challenging, say experts.

Meanwhile, the slow turnaround in the virus infection incidence, restoration of activities under more and more relaxed restrictions is picking up pace, even while some controversies over religious congregations continued to be a hotly debated matter between the government and experts.

Some of the activities that have been resumed in the last two or three days are the screening of films by cinema houses with only 50 per cent capacity, school examinations being conducted in Karnataka, evenwhile other states have yet to take a decision on these activities. 

Though, the impact of the gradual dilution of restrictions under the prolonged ‘lockdown’ for over two months have yet to be assessed, sporadic spikes in the cases in some districts of a few states have been taken as a reason for cautioning them to go slow on relaxing the curbs. 

On July 19, the Covid 19 cases in the Southern Indian States had a flattering statistic to report with all the states reporting less than 100 deaths and the daily fresh cases also showing a significant drop from the previous days. Kerala was no exception. 

Following the is Covid 19 Statistics in the Southern Indian States: 

Kerala, which still reports the largest number of daily cases, recorded less than 10,00 cases and its death count was also less than 100 on Monday. 

The State reported 9,921 new cases while its count of coronavirus-related deaths was only 58.

With recoveries at 13,206 on Monday, the overall tally of patients discharged after being declared as cured stood at 30,33,258. The overall fatalities stood at 15,048. 

Despite a lower number of fresh cases, the total positivity rate went beyond 10 percent for the first time in the recent weeks to touch 11 .08. Its average for the weeks gone by was a little above 10. 

The number of active cases in the register was 1,21,708. 

Tamil Nadu: The State reported a lower daily fresh case on Monday with its tally dipping below 2,000 for the day. It also recorded less than 50 deaths.

For Monday, the daily fresh cases read as 1,971 and the death count at 28. The overall tally of Covid cases reported so far were 25,37,373.

A total of 2,558 patients were declared as cured and discharged from hospitals taking the overall recoveries to 24,76, 339.  The overall fatalities stood at 33,752.

 

Karnataka: The State has been maintaining a steady decline its daily new cases of coronavirus for the past few weeks. It reported 1,291 new cases and 40 deaths on Monday, taking the overall tallies to 28,21,238 cases and a toll of 36,197.

Fresh discharges of patients at 3,015 on Monday took the total number of recoveries in the state so far to 28,21,491. 

Out of 1,291 new cases reported on Monday, 266 were from Bengaluru Urban, as the city saw 1,202 discharges and only six deaths. The total number of active cases stood at 27,527. 

Andhra Pradesh: The State reported 1,628 new cases and 22 deaths on Monday. The state has recorded a total of 19,41,724 coronavirus cases so far. The overall fatalities number stood at 13,154. 

With 2,744 recoveries the number of patients cured of coronavirus so far stands at 19,05,000. The number of active cases came down to 23,570. 

East Godavari reported the maximum number of new cases at 291 followed by Chittoor 261, Nellore 241, and Krishna 190

 

Telangana: The State reported 746 new cases and five deaths on Monday

This took the overall tally of covid cases reported so far to 6,37,373, while the toll rose to 3,764. 

Hyderabad accounted for the maximum number of cases with 71, followed by Khammam (61) and Karimnagar (57).

As many as 729 patients have recovered from novelcorona taking the cumulative number of recoveries to 6,23,773.  The number of active cases stood at 9,836.

 

 Puducherry: The Union Territory accounted for the lowest number of fresh cases in four months for a day when it recorded 42 fresh coronavirus cases on Monday. With this the overall tally went up to 1,19, 745.No patient had succumbed from the freshly reported Covid cases on Monday.

 The Puducherry region reported 36 of the fresh cases, followed by Karaikal (three), Yanam (two) and Mahe (one).

The number of active cases stood at 1,041 with 183 in hospitals and the remaining 858 in home isolation. With 125 patients recovering during the day, the overall number of patients declared cured so far stood at 1,16,926.

 

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