Coronavirus: India's Kerala state flattens the curve

Analysts say India's communist state of Kerala has managed to flatten the curve with aggressive testing, contact tracing as well as long periods of quarantine

    The southern state is being hailed for its fight against the spread of the novel coronavirus.

    Kerala has confirmed just three deaths and about 400 cases.

    Al Jazeera's Alexi O'Brien reports on how it has taken action to keep the infection from spreading.


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