Kerala Omicron Cases

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Kerala Omicron Cases Tally At 152, Reports 45 New Cases

Omicron cases increased to 152 in Kerala, with 45 fresh cases, on January 2. The Health Authority of Kerala said, of the new cases, nine came from high risk countries, 32 from low risk and four were affected by primary contact. "Till now total of 50 people have reached the state from high risk countries, while 84 from low risk countries, eighteen have contracted disease through their contacts," said Govt. 

Sun, 02 Jan 2022 - 09:13 PM / by Varsha Joshi

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