The details of hotspots identified are provided in Annexure-1 for quick reference. … Thiruvananthapuram: Kerala on Wednesday reported 5,218 fresh cases of Covid-19, informed Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan. – Directorate of … The decision to declare hotspots at the local self-government level was taken when the active number of coronavirus positive cases reported in Kerala was only 128. Thiruvananthapuram: Months into the pandemic, for the first time, there were no new hotspots declared today. In all, 256 panchayats were declared hotspots after April 22. Anonymized datasets from this dashboard project are periodically published and archived under Open … The district wise distribution of … The bulletin also contains links to various important documents, guidelines, and websites for references. COVID-19 – 24X7 CONTROL ROOM NUMBERS AT COLLECTORATE KOTTAYAM Phone 1 Phone 2 Phone 3 04812304800 1077 04812581900 FOR COVID- 19 RELATED DETAILS VISIT THE FOLLOWING WEBSITES Surveillance, care and support for people affected / quarantined by Covid 19 and emergency services by Government of Kerala. Meanwhile, the state recorded 4642 fresh Covid-19 cases today taking the total for confirmed cases so far in the pandemic to 6,58,683. The number of COVID-19 hotspot districts in India as on Wednesday morning has come down to 129 from 170 a fortnight ago, but in the same period … The district-wise statistics of contact cases are: Thrissur – 940, Kozhikode – 753, Malappuram – 716, Ernakulam - 488, Kollam – 662, Alappuzha – 633, Thiruvananthapuram – … However, the number of infected persons OR COVID-19 … Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala) [India], June 15 (ANI): Kerala reported 82 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Monday, state Health Minister KK Shailaja said. Thiruvananthapuram [India], December 7 (ANI): Kerala on Monday reported 3,272 new positive cases of COVID-19 and 23 deaths.According to the … The other hotspots in the district are Ayarkunnam, Aymanam, Manarcad, Melukavu, and Panachikkad, among others. Live updates of the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak in Kerala. The daily COVID-19 bulletin of the Department of Health and Family Welfare, Government of Kerala summarizes the COVID-19 situation in Kerala. Despite being marked as Red zone for COVID-19, the viral outbreak in the district appeared under control with no fresh cases being reported here for the third consecutive day on Thursday. According to the Minister, there has been a considerable drop in the number of people under quarantine in the State as 1,29,971 persons have completed their 14 days quarantine. Kottayam and Idukki, both Green zones until recently, found themselves back in focus with two districts accounting for all the COVID-19 cases reported on Sunday.