Officers said that Raju, who was tested positive for COVID-19 three weeks ago, was under treatment at a COVID care center in Thodupuzha.
According to Health Minister K K Shailaja, the Covid protocol will be followed strictly while making arrangements towards that end.
The proactive strategy of taking care of the aged and vulnerable employed by local authorities has proved an eye-opener.
As many as 15 deaths were reported on Saturday and 14 on Sunday, taking the total toll to 439.
Prepared by the State Death Audit Committee, the findings have reiterated that Covid patients with underlying conditions are more likely to die than healthy persons.
In his evening press briefing, the Chief Minister only announced two deaths: Alikoya from Kozhikode and Beepathu from Ernakulam.
The deceased was suffering from other diseases including diabetes mellitus, hypertension and was having impending ARDS.
The 23-year-old native of Sholayar had walked his way from Coimbatore through the forests and reached the town on April 29.