In Gujarat, the highest number of positive cases of corona in a single day has been reported today. A further 615 cases of corona positive have been reported in the state in the last 24 hours. Against which a total of 18 patients have died. So far 379 patients have recovered and returned home. Thus the total number of corona positives in the state has reached 30773. While the total number of deaths has reached 1790 and the total number of discharges has reached 22417.
Out of the positive cases registered today, 11 patients have been registered in Kutch Ami Cantonment. 18 in Ahmedabad Corporation, 18 in Surat Corporation, 6 in Vadodara Corporation, 21 in Navsari, 18 in Mehsana, 18 in Ahmedabad, 11 in Vadodara, 11 in Anand, 11 in Kutch, 11 in Surat, 10 in Bhavnagar Corporation, 4 in Rajkot Corporation, 4 in Gandhinagar, 5 in Bharuch, 7 in Sabarkantha. Surendranagar 2, Chhota Udepur 3, Bhavnagar 2, Jamnagar Corporation 2, Aravalli 2, Panchmahal 2, Valsad 2, Rajkot 2, Kheda 2, Amreli, Morbi 2, Junagadh Corporation 2, Patan 3, Botad 2, Jamnagar 2, Gir-Somna 2, Dahod 2, Junagadh 2, Gandhinagar Corporation 1, Banaskantha 1, Mahisagar 1, Tapi 1, other state 1 cases have been reported.
If we look at the details of deaths in the last 24 hours, Ahmedabad Corporation 10, Surat Corporation 3, Ahmedabad 2, Rajkot Corporation 1, Gandhinagar 1, Botad 1, Junagadh Corporation 1 patient died.
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