Ahmedabad: Ahmedabad did not last report the death of a Covid-19 patient on April 14, according to the state’s Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. On that day, the total number of positive cases was 650 and the death toll was 28. In the following 285 days, Ahmedabad not only reported the highest mortality rate in the district, but also became one of the pandemic’s national hotspots.
Therefore, it was a great relief for Sunday health care workers, whose only death of a Covid-19 patient recorded in 24 hours was due to Mahisagar. Looking at the facts, 70 deaths from pandemics were recorded in Gujarat in 2021, of which 38 (54%) were recorded in Ahmedabad alone.
The Ahmedabad district has so far recorded 2,287 deaths, accounting for 52% of the state’s Covid-19 total mortality rate. With 3.8 deaths per 100 positive cases, the mortality rate in the area is more than double that of 1.7% in Gujarat.
Sunday’s pandemic statistics also revealed that the shares of eight local governments continue to rise in daily aggregates. The share on Sunday was 69.3%. The figure for December 24th was 56%. “This means that positive cases are concentrated in eight centers, especially in four major cities in Gujarat,” said a city-based epidemiologist. “On Sunday, six districts did not record cases, while Kutch (10) was the only district that recorded more than 10 cases, with the exception of Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara, and Rajkot. . “
Gujarat also achieved another landmark on Sunday with the discharge of a positive patient of Rs 25,000. As of Sunday, 96.5% of all patients were discharged and 1.7% died of infections, but only 1.8% were active.
No Covid deaths in Ahmedabad for the first time in 285 days, Health News, ET HealthWorld
Source link No Covid deaths in Ahmedabad for the first time in 285 days, Health News, ET HealthWorld