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Kerala records more than 20,000 COVID-19 cases Today, TPR at 13.61 per cent, 116 deaths reported

WebdeskJul 31, 2021, 12:09 PM IST

Kerala records more than 20,000 COVID-19 cases Today, TPR at 13.61 per cent, 116 deaths reported

 

Kerala has recorded more than 20,000 fresh COVID-19 cases in the state with the test positivity rate (TPR) rising to 13.61 per cent and 116 more people succumbing to COVID-19.

 

With 20,772 fresh cases, the infection caseload in the state reached 33,70,137 and the 116 deaths pushed the total casualties to 16,701, a state government release said. The number of active cases in the state to 1,60,824.

 

In the last 24 hours, 1,52,639 samples were tested and the TPR was found to be 13.61 per cent. So far, 2,70,49,431 samples have been tested, it said.

 

Some of the worst hit districts in Kerala are Malappuram (3670), Kozhikode (2470), Ernakulam (2306), Thrissur (2287), Palakkad (2070), Kollam (1415), Alappuzha (1214), Kannur (1123), Thiruvananthapuram (1082) and Kottayam (1030).

 

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