Kerala records 27 COVID deaths on Wednesday, toll now at 1,403

Kerala records 27 COVID deaths on Wednesday, toll now at 1,403
A health worker wearing a PPE kit collects samples for COVID-19 Rapid Antigen test, at Kursoo Rajbagh in Srinagar, Friday, Sept. 18, 2020. Jammu and Kashmir government administration has started rapid antigen tests area wise to check and prevent the spreading of coronavirus. (PTI Photo/S. Irfan

Kerala recorded 27 COVID-19 deaths on Wednesday taking the official toll to 1,403.

The deceased are:


Thankappan Ashari, 80 from Peroorkada

Sukumaran, 79, from Nettayam

Soman, 67, from Nemom

Sethukuttiamma, 90, from Malayankeezhu

Krishnapillai, 90, from Manacadu


Sukumaran Nair, 75, from Kollam


Linoz, 74, from Canal Ward

Abdul Kalam, 65, from Vellakinar


Moideenkutty, 63, from Aluva

Zkariya Ithaq, 90, from Pamiyakuda

TT Sisily, 78, from Veloor

Rajan, 85, from Mundamveli

Ashraf, 56, from Aluva


Pushpakaran, 63, from Cholakodu

Muthulakshmi, 89, from Pushpagiri village

MK Mani, 92, from Kunnamkulam

Mary Thomas, 65, from Pavaratty

Basheer Ahmed, 67, from Kadavaloor

Sankaran, 76, from Ollur

Solomon, 55, from Surabhi Nagar

Gopalan, 67, from Koratty

Janaki, 83, from Thengamukku


AE Muhammed Ismail, 51, from Victoria College

Juniyaat, 48, from Naatukal


Beerankutty, 57, from Kondotty


Pramod Das, 50, from Kaapil


Chinnamma, 80, from Vaduvanchal

Though more deaths were reported, the State is yet to ascertain them as COVID deaths. Tests are underway at National Institute of Virology in Alappuzha.  

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