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Kerala government needs central assistance for coronavirus outbreak

There are 2500 people under observation for the novel coronavirus infection. Other than opening more disconnection wards, the legislature has likewise begun preparing specialists and paramedical staff to meet the crisis. In spite of the fact that the World Health Organization (WHO) prescribed 14 days disconnection the state has increased present expectations to 28 days to get rid of any probability. The coronavirus infection cases and probabilities have announced as “state calamity”.

As the third patient tested positive because of coronavirus, the state is alarmed. The positive case of novel coronavirus was found in the Kasaragode area of north Kerala. Though each of the three patients have lower respiratory disease and they are reacting to symptomatic treatment well, still the are under observation. The total number is infected cases are now 2500 but all are confirmed yet. Out of them 80 patients have been admitted to different hospitals and clinics keeping for observation.

The tourism minister Kadakampally Surendran of Kerala showed concern because of coronavirus outbreak. As the state is declared as calamity, the tourism industry is affected because of this reason. People those had booked in advance are cancelling their reservations because of the novel coronavirus infection.

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