BH CORRESPONDENT, Thiruvananthpuram: Kerala finance minister Thomas Isaac informed that the number of coronavirus cases has declined in the state and the COVID-19 curve has flattened.
The flattening of the curve points to the slowing of the spread of the disease. He further added that active COVID-19 cases had declined in the last week. “COVID-19 curve of Kerala has started to flatten. The active cases for the last one week has declined. The recovered cases (green curve) will cross the yellow curve soon,” tweeted Kerala finance minister Thomas Isaac.
He tweeted along with a graph showing total positive cases so far reported in the state (red line), positive cases at present in Kerala (yellow line), and people recovered so far shown with a green line.
COVID-19 curve of Kerala has started to flatten. The active cases for the last one week has declined. The recovered cases (green curve) will cross the yellow curve soon.#COVID2019 #COVID pic.twitter.com/G9nja0UYCU
— Thomas Isaac (@drthomasisaac) April 12, 2020
Meanwhile, the total number of reported coronavirus cases in Kerala has gone up to 376, according to the data released by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare on Monday morning. Among the total people infected, 179 have recovered and 2 have died. The state, which accounted for the second-highest COVID-19 cases in the country just a few weeks back after Maharashtra, now stands way below on the state tally.