Gujarat documented 1,430 new COVID-19 cases; 1,316 released

Gujarat documented 1,430 new COVID-19 cases; 1,316 released

Gujarat’s’ count of COVID-19 cases rose to 1,24,767 on Monday with 1,430 additional people testing positive for the contamination, while more than 1,300 patients were released following recuperation, the state wellbeing office said.

With the demise of 17 additional patients, the fatalities expanded to 3,339, it said.

Simultaneously, 1,316 patients were released, taking the complete number of recoveredcases in the state to 1,05,091, the division said in a delivery.

Gujarat has detailed a recuperation pace of 84.23 percent, it said.

Surat area announced the most elevated number of 290 new cases followed by Ahmedabad at 177.

Three different areas likewise announced more than 100 new cases – Rajkot 143, Vadodara 137 and Jamnagar 123.

Among different locale, Mehsana announced 60 new cases, Banaskantha 52, Gandhinagar 47, Bhavnagar 38, Junagadh 37, Amreli 32, Morbi 29, Panchmahal 28, Kutch and Surendranagar 27 each, Patan 20, Sabarkantha 16, Gir Somnath 15, Mahisagar 14, Bharuch and Botad 13 each, Anand, Dahod and Narmada 12 each, Kheda 10, among others.

Aside from new cases, Surat likewise beat among the areas regarding new fatalities, representing six passings out of the absolute 17 revealed in the state over the most recent 24 hours.

Vadodara detailed four passings, Ahmedabad three, Bhavnagar two, and Gir Somnath and Rajkot one each, the delivery said.

The state currently has 16,337 dynamic cases with 89 patients kept on ventilators, the division said.

Upwards of 61,897 tests were directed for Covid in the state over the most recent 24 hours at a pace of 952.26 tests every day per million populace, the division said.

With this, the all out number of tests tried so far rose to 38,62,366.

Gujarat COVID-19 figures are as per the following: Positive cases 1,24,767, new cases 1,430, passings 3,339, released 1,05,091, dynamic cases 16,337, individuals tried so far 38,62,366. PTI KA PD RSY

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