Kerala reports 6,674 new cases
Millennium Post Delhi|November 13, 2021
KOCHI: Kerala registered 6,674 new positive cases and 59 COVID-19-related deaths on Friday taking the total affected in the state to 50,48,756 and the toll to 35,511. State health department has tested 65,147 samples in the last 24 hours and there are 46 wards across 39 local self-government bodies with a weekly infection population ratio above 10 per cent.

Among the districts, Ernakulam reported 1,088 cases, the highest in the state followed by Thiruvananthapuram with 967 cases and Thrissur 727.

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