Covid-19: The mystery of rising infections in India’s Kerala

So the state appears to be testing widely, reporting cases honestly, vaccinating quickly and ensuring that hospitals are not overwhelmed. Future waves of infection will not be “as severe as the second wave, given the pace at which Kerala is vaccinating its population”, reckons Dr Rijo M John, a health economist.

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