Thiruvananthapuram: The health department today released the names of 135 people who have been confirmed dead in the state. The names of the deceased will be published at the district level from today.
The move, which was put on hold from December last year, is being rectified following the transparency controversy. Covid (Covid19) The government stopped providing names and information in December 2020 after discussions to remove the deaths from the list.
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With this, it was not possible to compare the deaths and find the culprits (Covid Death) This was discussed again after the Supreme Court directed for compensation.
Meanwhile, the government has directed action to find Kovid deaths who have been left out of the official list. There was a big discrepancy between the figures announced by the state government and the figures released by the collectors at the district level.
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As the controversy continued, collectors stopped giving information about the death. DMOs have now been instructed to find out what is missing from the official death toll officially published by the government.