According to Reports From Kerala, COVID-19 Infections 6,409, 47 Deaths

COVID-19, On Tuesday, Kerala received 6,409 additional coronavirus cases, bringing the total number of COVID-19 infections in the province to 50,27,318. With 47 more deaths, the death toll has risen to 34,362.

Thiruvananthapuram had the most cases with 777, followed by Kollam with 662 and Kozhikode with 648. Meanwhile, people recovered from the ailment today, bringing the total number of people cured to. The route of contamination for 350 people has yet to be identified, and 26 health personnel are among those who have been affected, according to the department of health. Since the start of the immunization campaign, the state has indeed been likely to make better use of vaccine doses.

According to the numbers, Covaxin wastage in the state is only 0.11 percent, while Covishield loss is a negative figure (-4.76 percent), implying that it may provide vaccinations to a greater number of people than the authorized dosages. Simultaneously, records suggest that the early rate of public vaccination influx has reduced, particularly after the first dosage, reducing the total rate of vaccination.

According to the numbers, 8,83,063 people have yet to receive their second dose of Covishield, and 3,61,402 people have yet to receive their two doses of Covaxin. Ernakulam tops the list with 1,77,994 persons who have not received their second dosage of vaccination. 96 % of those aged 45 and older have received the first dose, and 68 percent have received the second dose as of Friday.

The first dose has been given to 99.7% of individuals over the age of 60, while the second dose has been given to 77%. The first dose was given to 86 percent of the population between the ages of 18 and 44, while the second dose was given to 32 percent. Even among tribals, vaccination statistics reveal that 90 percent of those aged 18 to 44 and 96 percent of those aged 45 and over have received the first dosage.

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