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Kerala reports 41,668 fresh Covid cases, 33 deaths

Thiruvananthapuram, Jan 21 (UNI) Kerala reported 41,668 fresh Covid cases and 33 related deaths on Friday taking the death toll to 51,607.
About 17,053 people recovered from the disease on Friday, a press release said this evening.
"Meanwhile, 33 deaths were confirmed due to Covid on Friday. About 73 deaths were also added to the list on Friday based on appeals seeking its inclusion in the list taking the death toll in the State to 51,607" the release added.
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