High-level Central Teams Allotted

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The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has named high-level Central Teams to Kerala, Karnataka, Rajasthan, Chhattisgarh and West Bengal. In recent days, these States have reported a rise in the number of new cases of COVID.

A team is made up of a Jt. Secretary (Nodal Officer for the Department concerned), one public health specialist on public health aspects, one clinician on the treatment of illnesses, accompanied by the State’s clinical care protocol.

The teams will help State efforts to improve monitoring, monitoring, inspection, prevention and control of pathogens, and successful clinical treatment of positive cases. Central teams will also direct the successful implementation and follow-up of challenges relevant to prompt diagnosis.

The total cases in Kerala are 3,17,929, which make up 4.3 per cent of the total cases. The cases per million are at 8906. The cumulative sum of recovered cases is 2,22,231, reflecting a recovery rate of 69.90 per cent. The Active Cases are 94,609 (11.8% of the overall national figure). Total State deaths were 1,089 with a Fatality Rate of 0.34% and Deaths per Million of 31. The Kerala TPM stands at 53518 and the Positivity Rating is 16.6 per cent.


The planet is facing the greatest human tragedy since the Second World War. Nearly every nation has been infected by the crippling Coronavirus disease (COVID-19). The epidemic from China has gone all over the world. In the last few months, Corona’s epicentre has shifted from China to Europe to the United States.

To date, more than 1.5 million people have been infected by COVID-19, and about 80,000 people have died worldwide. Indirectly, billions of people have suffered as a result of the worldwide pandemic of COVID-19. What is troubling is that the figures are likely to result from underreporting, which are likely to increase alarmingly in the coming weeks as we take in asymptomatic patients which accelerated examinations. Provided that the pandemic situation is continually changing, countries are anxious to flatten the COVID-19 curve.

Five countries around the world have registered a rise in coronavirus disease cases, and although India has seen a steady decline in regular Covid-19 cases throughout the last three weeks, according to government reports.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]