Union Health Minister Mansukh Mandaviya on Wednesday spoke to Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan over rising coronavirus circumstances within the state and sought his cooperation in managing the state of affairs.
Kerala has been witnessing a surge within the circumstances, with 49.85 per cent of the full COVID-19 circumstances within the nation being reported from the southern state.
“The Central Government’s team headed by NCDC has returned from Kerala & submitted its report. I have spoken with the Chief Minister of Kerala, @VijayanPinarayi ji, over the phone and discussed the matter of the rising #COVID19 cases in the State,” Mr Mandaviya tweeted.
“I have also written a letter to CM Vijayan Pinarayi ji for taking more proactive measures and precautions to control the ongoing situation in Kerala. I have sought the State”s cooperation in managing the situation and have assured Central Government”s complete support,” he stated in one other tweet.
The Centre had despatched a six-member staff to Kerala and it had shared a few of the observations with the state on the general administration of the state of affairs.
Kerala had on Tuesday reported 23,676 recent COVID circumstances, pushing the full an infection
rely to 34.49 lakh, with the variety of folks succumbing to the virus touched 17,103 after 148 further deaths, officers stated.
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