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Daily Covid Cases Decline In Gujarat But Death Count Continue To Cross 30

| Updated: February 5, 2022 20:34

Covid cases in Gujarat showed a sharp decline of 29% on Saturday as the state reported 4,710 infections as against yesterday’s tally of 6,097 cases. The Covid-related fatalities, however, continued over 30 for two consecutive weeks with 34 deaths recorded in the last 24 hours. Gujarat had 35 Covid-related deaths yesterday.

The state at present has 51,013 active Covid-19 cases. The number of cumulative deaths since the start of pandemic stands at 10,548.

Read: Gujarat Adds 35 Covid Deaths, Over 6,000 Infections In Last 24 Hours

Of the total Covid cases recorded in the last 24 hours, Ahmedabad logged the highest number with 1,451 patients and seven deaths. Besides Ahmedabad city, Vadodara (781), Gandhinagar (242), Surat Corporation (174), Surat rural (165), and Mehsana (147)  recorded maximum cases.

The districts of Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara and Rajkot — including the city and rural jurisdictions — reported 3,060 new cases, accounting for over 60% of the day’s new cases.

On the fatalities front, Ahmedabad had seven deaths, Bhavnagar had five, Vadodara had four, Gandhinagar had one, Surat had four, and Rajkot had three. Banaskantha, Valsad, Porbandar, Mehasana and Morji had one death each. Bharuch had two deaths while Jamnagar Corporation recorded three fatalities.

Meanwhile, given the decline in active cases, the state has decided to reopen offline classes for Standard 1 to 9 from Monday.

The country, meanwhile, reported a single-day rise of 1,27,952 new Covid-19 cases Saturday, registering a decline from Friday’s 1,49,394 new infections. The Union Health Ministry update also said that the country saw 1,059 deaths in the last 24 hours. The number of active cases now stands at 13,31,648. India’s overall death toll crossed 5 lakh, while the daily positivity rate stood at 7.98%.

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