- More than 300 positive cases were reported in the state for the sixth consecutive day
- Of the 29 patients who died, 16 died from corona, 13 from other diseases, high risk and corona.
- 259 cases were reported in Ahmedabad, 35 in Vadodara, 21 in Bhavnagar, 20 in Surat, 7 in Gandhinagar, 7 in Panchmahal and 6 in Dahod.
- 3 in Mahisagar, 3 in Banaskantha, 3 in Botad, 3 in Jamnagar, 3 in Rajkot, 3 in Kheda, 2 in Sabarkantha and 1 in Anand.
- Out of 5804 patients on 25 ventilators, 4265 were stable, 1105 recovered and 319 died.
- 26 in Ahmedabad, 2 in Vadodara and 1 in Surat
- So far 84 thousand 648 tests have been done, out of which 5804 reports came positive and 78, 844 reports came negative
Latest Gujarat Coronavirus Update Highlight 04/05/2020
The state has reported 376 positive cases of corona in the last 24 hours and 29 patients have died while 153 patients have recovered. Thus far 5804 patients have been registered and the death toll has reached 319. As many as 1195 patients have recovered and returned home. 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 and 374 on May 3. Thus, for the sixth day in a row, more than 300 positive cases have been reported while a total of more than 300 patients have been reported 7 times in a single day.
Giving an update on corona cases in the state, Jayanthi Ravi, frontline health secretary, said 376 new cases have been reported in the state in the last 24 hours. If you look at the breakup, there are 259 cases in Ahmedabad, 35 in Vadodara, 21 in Bhavnagar, 20 in Surat, 7 in Gandhinagar, 7 in Panchmahal, 6 in Dahod, 3 in Mahisagar, 3 in Banaskantha, 3 in Botad, 3 in Jamnagar, 3 in Rajkot, 3 in Kheda, 2 in Sabarkantha and 1 in Anand. has come. While 26 patients died in Ahmedabad, 2 in Vadodara and 1 in Surat, 29 patients died. While 153 patients have recovered. Of the 29 patients who died, 16 died from the corona and 13 from other diseases, high risk and corona. So far 84 thousand 648 tests have been conducted in the state, out of which 5804 reports have come positive and 78, 844 reports have come negative.
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Important events since the morning of May 4th
Saurashtra residents returning home from Surat will have to stay at home quarantine for 14 days
Chief Minister’s Secretary Ashwini Kumar said consideration was being given to allowing Saurashtra residents living in Surat to return to their hometowns. They will be screened when they are allowed to return home. He will undergo a medical examination when he reaches his hometown. As well as having to stay home quarantine for 14 days after getting admission in the homeland. A 14-day quarantine is mandatory and then a month’s stay. They will not be allowed to return.
क्या आपके खाते में 1000 रूपये आ गए चेक करे ? यहां क्लिक करके
9600 workers to be repatriated in 8 trains today: Ashwin Kumar
Chief Minister’s Secretary Ashwini Kumar has said that arrangements have been made to repatriate foreigners from Gujarat. Workers are being sent to their hometowns by bus and train. Today, five trains have been arranged from Surat, three to Odisha, one to Bihar and one to Jharkhand. While two trains from Ahmedabad will take workers from Bihar and one train from Nadiad will take workers from Uttar Pradesh. These eight trains will send 9600 foreign workers home. So far 21500 workers have been sent home through 18 trains.
Police sending government-private personnel back to Ahmedabad from Gandhinagar
The system has become alert as there is a sudden increase in positive cases in Gandhinagar. Police are enforcing the lockdown with tight security. The sudden increase in cases in Gandhinagar is believed to be due to the influx from Ahmedabad. As a result, tight security has been set up at all the borders of the capital. Government and private employees coming from Ahmedabad to Gandhinagar are being sent back. The Deputy Secretary and above are being allowed to go to the Secretariat. While Class 3 and Class 4 employees are not being let go.
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A total of 5,804 patients, 319 deaths and 1195 discharges (according to figures released by the government every 24 hours)