Kerala Continues To Remain India's Coronavirus Hotspot, Records 13,550 New COVID-19 Cases With TPR At Alarming 11%

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Kerala reported 13,550 new COVID-19 cases today (Jun 29), Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan informed in a press conference after the daily Covid review meeting, Manorama reported.

With 104 new fatalities, the death toll mounted to 13,093. Test positivity rate was recorded at 11%.

The CM announced a revised slab for categorization of local bodies in the state on the basis of the Test positivity rate.
The COVID-19 curbs and relaxations will be introduced in the state on the basis of this categorization

A - Average TPR below 6% (Areas with low spread)

B - Average TPR between 6 to 12% (Areas with moderate spread

C - Average TPR between 12 to 18% (Areas with high spread)

D - Average TPR above 18% (Areas with critical spread)

As of Tuesday, there are 165 local bodies under A division, 473 local bodies under B, 316 local bodies under C, and 80 local bodies under D.

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