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Gujarat reports 70 COVID-19 cases, 2 deaths

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Gujarat has reported 70 fresh cases of COVID-19 on Sunday. The addition of the fresh cases has taken Gujarat’s total tally past 8.23 lakh. Over 2.65 lakh people were vaccinated in the state till 5 pm.

10,069 COVID-19 related deaths in Gujarat

Unfortunately, two deaths were reported in the state in the past 24 hours. The fresh fatalities have taken Gujarat’s COVID-19 related death toll to 10,069. One death has been reported each from Ahmedabad and Junagarh.

18 fresh cases in Ahmedabad, 10 in Surat

Of the 70 fresh cases reported on Sunday, 18 cases have been reported from Ahmedabad, 10 cases have been reported from Surat, six cases have been reported from Vadodara, and one case has been reported from the state capital Gandhinagar.

This apart, nine cases have been reported from Rajkot, Bhavnagar reported one case, Mehsana reported two cases, and three cases were reported from Jamnagar.

Meanwhile, Junagarh has reported two fresh cases of the virus, whereas the tribal district of Panchamahals has reported one fresh case. Dahod has reported zero fresh cases, Amreli one case, and Kheda reported zero fresh cases of the viral infection.

Similarly, Bharuch has reported two cases, Valsad has reported two cases, Anand zero cases, and Patan reported no fresh cases.

With the addition of the fresh cases, the total COVID-19 case tally in Ahmedabad has increased to 2.38 lakh The total tally has reached 1.43 lakh in Surat, 78,396 in Vadodara, and 20,481 in Gandhinagar.

8.11 lakh COVID-19 patients discharged so far

According to the health department, there are over 2,467 active cases of the virus in Gujarat. Of this, ten patients are critical and have been put on ventilator support. So far, 8.11 lakh patients have been discharged in the state after being treated for the viral infection. In fact, 128 patients were discharged in the past 24 hours.

 

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