At least 218 people who had tested positive for COVID-19 in Kerala have been cured and discharged so far.
This was informed by state chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan on Wednesday.
This is the highest number of cured cases in the country.
Meanwhile, only one person was detected with the infection on Wednesday.
The patient had got it through contact.
Vijayan, however, said there is a need to stringently continue the vigil against the pandemic.
Seven people were discharged on Wednesday – four from Kasaragod, two from Kozhikode and one in Kollam, he added.
So far 387 positive cases have been reported from Kerala, out of which 167 are active cases.
Two COVID-19 patients had died in the State.
At least, 97,000 people are under observation in 522 in hospitals across the State.