- 349 cases in Ahmedabad, 20 in Vadodara, 17 in Surat, 10 in Banaskantha, 10 in Mehsana, 8 in Botad, 4 in Panchmahal, 4 in Kheda, 4 in Sabarkantha and 4 in Mahisagar.
- 2 in Junagadh, 2 in Aravalli, 2 in Patan, 2 in Gandhinagar, 2 in Bhavnagar and 1 in Rajkot.
- Out of total 6245 patients on 29 ventilators, 4467 condition stabilized, 1381 patients recovered and 368 died
- Cooperate with the system to prevent people who want to go home from reaching the jail: State Police Headquarters
Coronavirus Update Highlight 05/05/20209w
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The state has registered 441 positive cases of corona in the last 24 hours and 49 patients have died while 186 patients have recovered. So far a total of 6,245 patients have been reported and the death toll has risen to 368. While 1381 patients have recovered and returned home. If we talk about the deaths in the last three days, 28 patients died on May 3, 29 on May 4 and today 49 patients died. Thus 106 patients have died in 72 hours. Seeing that, one patient is dying in the state almost every hour and a half.
Earlier, 367 positive cases were reported on April 19, 308 on April 29, 313 on April 30, 326 on May 1, 333 on May 2, 374 on May 3 and 376 on May 4. Thus, after more than 300 positive cases were reported for 6 consecutive days, the number of patients has reached 441 today. While a total of more than 300 patients have been registered 7 times in a single day and more than 400 patients have been registered once.
लोकडाउन में घर बैठे इ -पास चाहिए ? यहां क्लिक करके
The first case of corona has been reported in Junagadh district. At the same time, 32 districts of the state have been affected by Corona and only Amreli district is without Corona. In addition, one case was reported in Gondal and one in Bhavnagar, bringing the total number of positive patients in the state to 5,807. As many as 1195 patients have recovered and returned home. State Police Chief Sivananda Jai said that arrangements are being made to send people from other states and those who want to go home to the respective states. This process may take a few days as the number is high. In the meantime, there is an appeal to co-operate with the system, not to clash with the police or the system and to wait patiently for a while. Conflict with the system will not be dealt with. The police will take action using the law as strictly as possible. A total of 204 people have been arrested in the clashes that took place in Palsana, Surat yesterday.
5 May morning over the all-important ghatanao
another 12 trains workers retreated to his hometown Ashwani Kumar mokalaseh today
that the Chief Secretary said Ashwani Kumar, has been undertaken with a view to proceeding to send in their hometown of workers in jobs. The workers need to be patient. The state government will make all the arrangements. So far, 3.5 lakh people have been repatriated from the state. Trains and private vehicles have been provided for this purpose. So far, a total of more than 42,000 workers have been repatriated through 35 trains. In which a total of 28 thousand workers were sent home in 23 trains and today eight trains from Surat, two trains from Viramgam and two trains from Ahmedabad will run.
The government reduced the fuel surcharge by 16 paise per unit
The state government has reduced the fuel surcharge to ensure that consumers in the state get electricity at cheaper rates and the burden of power generation costs is not borne by the consumers. In this regard, Energy Minister Saurabh Patel has said that the fuel surcharge levied on consumers by state-owned power companies has been reduced by 16 paise per unit. As a result, more than 1.30 crore customers in the state have been given Rs. 310 crore relief. This benefit will be available during the quarter April to June.
Going to Saurashtra from Surat will be approved by the Collector, registration will start from tomorrow
Going from Surat to Saurashtra will be approved by the Collector from tomorrow. Registration will start from tomorrow to send jewelers and embroidery artisans home in Surat. All will be allowed by luxury bus and sent to their hometowns. Going home is a mandatory 14-day home quarantine. For the first four days only luxury buses will be allowed. Private vehicles will then be allowed. Check posts will be set up at Olpad and Delad. Buses will be dispatched after screening of passengers.
There are long lines outside the liquor shop in Diu. Liquor
shops have been opened in Diu since yesterday. There have been long lines at the liquor shop since this morning. Maintaining social distance, people stand up to take alcohol. The sale of liquor has been started in the presence of the police with long lines just like the necessities of life.
All entrances to Sector-5 closed in
Gandhinagar All entrances to the sector have been closed by the Sector 5 Colony Board to prevent the spread of corona infection in Gandhinagar. The road with CNG pumps only has been kept open for hours. In the morning, people are told to go to the milk centers to take milk wearing a mandatory mask and observe social distance.
In 10 days, the number of deaths in Gujarat increased by 239%.
On April 24, 127 deaths were reported in the state. By May 4, the figure had reached 319. 192 deaths in 10 days. 19 deaths per day on average. The death toll has risen by 239 per cent in the last 10 days, more than Mumbai. After April 24, the number of positive cases increased by 189%. As on April 24, there were 2815 cases in Gujarat. 5804 on May 4th. 2989 cases advanced. The doubling rate has also gone up to 9.5 in 10 days.
3 cases in Green Zone Jamnagar, 6 cases in Orange Zone Dahod
Sensation has also spread in the public orange zone and green zone by the government with new cases. Jamnagar green zone has been declared but 3 new cases were found here on Monday. Thus Dahod is in the Orange Zone. Found 6 new cases here. Rajkot is also in the Orange Zone and 3 new cases have been found here.