4,99,529 returned to Kerala after lockdown; 64 pc from red zones: Pinarayi Vijayan


Out of them, 3,14,094 returned from other states while 1,85,435 returned from abroad. Out of the other state returnees, 64.35 percent came from red zones.

Thiruvananthapuram: Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan said that 4,99,529 people have returned to Kerala after the lockdown was imposed.

Out of them, 3,14,094 returned from other states while 1,85,435 returned from abroad. Out of the other state returnees, 64.35 percent came from red zones.

Malappuram district welcomed the most number of returnees with 51,707 followed by Kannur with 49,653 and Ernakulam with 47,990. Wayanad received the least number of returnees with 12,652.

The most number of domestic returnees were from Tamil Nadu with 97,570 followed by Karnataka with 88,031 and Maharashtra with 47,970.

The most number of returnees from abroad were from UAE with 89,749 followed by Saudi Arabia with 25,132 and Qatar with 20,285.

Kerala reported a record 272 COVID-19 cases on Tuesday while 111 recovered from the virus.

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