- Of the 24 new deaths, 13 had no disease other than coronary heart disease
- In Ahmedabad, 269 new cases, 22 deaths, 115 discharges in 24 hours
- Out of 7403 patients on 26 ventilators, 5056 have stable condition
- 7403 out of 105387 tests positive while 97984 tests negative
Latest Gujarat Coronavirus Update Highlight 08/05/2020
390 new cases have been reported in the state in 24 hours. While 24 patients have died. So 163 patients have recovered and returned home. Giving updated details of Corona, Principal Secretary Health Jayanti Ravi said that out of 390 newly registered cases, 269 were in Ahmedabad, 25 in Surat and Vadodara and 20 in Aravalli. With this, the total number of positive patients in the state has reached 7403. While the death toll has reached 449. A total of 1872 patients have been discharged in the state so far.
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Dr. Randeep Guleria and Dr. Manish Suneja will reach Ahmedabad at night
The Home Minister has successfully responded to the proposal made by Chief Minister Vijay Rupani to Union Home Minister Amit Shah to send a team of best doctors to Gujarat for guidance in the current Corona-Covid-19 situation. AIIMS New Delhi Director and Senior Physician Dr. Randeep Guleria and Dr. Manish Suneja will reach Ahmedabad on Friday night. The doctors will visit Kovid-12 Hospital and SVP Hospital on the Civil Hospital campus on Saturday. These two senior doctors will provide necessary advice and guidance by interacting with the doctors, paramedical staff as well as patients treating coronaries in Gujarat.
It will be heavy if you go around with wrong pass, people will not go to other districts without pass: State Police Chief
Regarding the state of lockdown in the state, state police chief Shivanand Jai said, “Strict action will be taken if you take a wrong pass.” People do not go to another district without a pass. Strict action will be taken if you sell pan masala illegally. 663 accounts have been shut down for spreading rumors on social media.
Gandhinagar workers sent home, 100 workers stranded due to lack of online booking
Gandhinagar ST depot was once again sent to Uttar Pradesh from Sabarmati railway station by ST bus this morning. But this time more than 100 workers went berserk without online booking. Wandering for hours with family and belongings, these families were questioning the police with high hopes as there was no officer. Sir, we don’t know how to pass online ..! Won’t take us now ..? !! Do something sir …! Surviving Corona’s wrath, the workers unwittingly set off in a private basket to make their way home to Rosario.
A total of 7403 patients, 449 deaths and 1872 discharges (according to figures released by the government every 24 hours)