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Gujarat Logs 64% Increase In Omicron Variant Cases

| Updated: December 22, 2021 21:34

Gujarat on Wednesday recorded nine more coronavirus cases of Omicron variant, out of which five patients were detected in Ahmedabad. With this update, the Omicron tally in the state has reached 23.

In Ahmedabad, all those detected with the Omicron variant have a travel history. A mother-daughter duo – a native of Makarba – had returned for Congo a few days back. Other patients include a 39-year-old woman from Thaltej who recently returned from Dubai, a 42-year-old woman native of Maninagar who returned from Tanzania and a 40-year-old woman of Navrangpura who had returned from the United Kingdom.

All the new patients have been moved to a designated Covid hospital in the city. “Everyone who has been in contact with these five people has been put under home quarantine,” Bhavin Solanki, AMC’s medical health officer said.

Besides Ahmedabad, two new cases of Omicron variant were detected in Mehsana and Anand respectively.

Meanwhile, the state recorded 91 new Covid-19 cases and two deaths in the last 24 hours. The two recorded deaths were from Surat and Devbhumi Dwarka. The state had 87 cases yesterday, along with two deaths. The total active cases tally in Gujarat is at 537, while the fatalities since the start of the pandemic have reached 10,105. Until Wednesday evening, nine patients were on ventilator support.

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