Sachin wrote:19 new COVID-19 cases in Kerala on Tuesday.
Some thing seems to be a bit fishy here. Of the 19 new cases reported GoKL says 12 of them were non-resident Keralites who landed from a foreign country. 3 patients had jumped the border check points and came from Tamil Nadu. The last few flights which landed in India, landed some where around 22nd March. So by what means did the 12 odd people land up in Kerala in the recent past? The CM on his press brief said the border check points need to be more vigilant, but did not explain the mysterious case of 12 keralites landing in Kannur and Kasaragode districts.
So is it a case that COVID-19 virus can stay dormant in a person's body for more than 14 days and then reveal itself at a later date of its choosing? Or is it that GoKL now has been taken by surprise, and there could be lots of people who hid their travel history as well as themselves all this while?
Even if KL mandated 28 days quarantine days are taken, foreign cases simply cant pop up now. All international flights ceased on march 22 and 28 days from that is April
All so called foreign cases after that is something else and I suspect its TB league. KL is fudging numbers for you know whom.
If it is indeed foreign case, the only way they can come is old fashioned way via dhows. So are dhows dumping people from gulf here??