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Thursday, July 30, 2020

Gujarat corona update date 30 july 2020

Gujarat corona update date 30 july 2020


Corona's fury in the state has not abated. A further 1159 new cases have been reported in the last 24 hours. While a further 22 patients have died from corona. The total number of corona positive cases in the state has reached 60,285 and the death toll has reached 2418. Today a further 879 patients have recovered. With this so far a total of 44074 patients have undergone corona.




In the newly registered cases 217 in Surat Corporation, 143 in Ahmedabad Corporation, 78 in Vadodara Corporation, 54 in Surat, 53 in Rajkot, 36 in Jamnagar Corporation, 35 in Bharuch, 34 in Surendranagar, 33 in Rajkot, 31 in Dahod, 28 in Banaskantha. Bhavnagar Corporation-27, Gandhinagar-25, Amreli-24, Panchmahal-23, Patan-22, Valsad-22, Bhavnagar-19, Junagadh Corporation-19, Mehsana-18, Vadodara-18, Mahisagar-16, Narmada-16, Junagadh-15, Kheda-15, Navsari-15, Sabarkantha-15, Ahmedabad-14, Botad-13, Chhota Udepur-13, Gandhinagar Corporation-12, Kutch-12, Morbi-12, Anand-11, Gir Somnath-8 , Jamnagar-4, Aravalli-3, Dang-2, Porbandar-2, Devbhoomi Dwarka-1 and 1 case in Tapi.

According to the health department, 22 more patients died today due to Kovid-19. Of these, 6 died in Surat Corporation, 5 in Ahmedabad Corporation, 4 in Surat, 2 in Patan, 2 in Vadodara Corporation, one each in Gandhinagar, Gandhinagar Corporation and Kutch. So far 2418 people have died due to corona virus in the state.






There are currently 13793 active cases in the state, out of which 84 are on ventilator and 13709 patients are stable, while so far a total of 44074 patients have been discharged after treatment. A total of 7,38,073 tests have been conducted in Gujarat so far. The recovery rate in the state is 73.11 per cent.

More than 1100 cases have been reported in the state in the last three days. In the last 24 hours, 1159 new cases have been reported in the state, leaving 22 patients dead. At the same time, 879 patients have been able to corona. The number of cases registered in the state so far has reached 60,285 and the death toll has risen to 2,418. While 44074 patients have been discharged. There have been 25,067 tests in the state today, with 7,38,073 tests so far. There are currently 13993 active cases in the state, of which 84 are on ventilator and 13709 are stable..

The number of corona is increasing day by day in Gujarat. Instead of an average of 200-250 cases at one time, now there are around 900 cases in the last 16 days. However, more than 1000 cases have been reported in the last 8 days. Today, a record-breaking 1159 new patients were registered. However, 879 patients on the opposite side recovered and returned home. A total of 25067 tests were conducted in the state today. Considering the population of the state, there are 385.64 tests per million per day. Today, 22 people have died in the state.

The number of corona is increasing day by day in Gujarat. Instead of an average of 200-250 cases at one time, now there are around 900 cases in the last 16 days. However, more than 1000 cases have been reported in the last 8 days. Today, a record-breaking 1159 new patients were registered. However, 879 patients on the opposite side recovered and returned home. A total of 25067 tests were conducted in the state today. Considering the population of the state, there are 385.64 tests per million per day. Today, 22 people have died in the state.

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Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Unlock-3 guidelines Declared

Unlock-3 guidelines Declared


Unlock-3 guidelines issued, night curfew over-gym allowed
The Central Government has issued guidelines for Unlock-3. The guidelines issued by the Home Ministry have allowed the opening of the gym from August 5. The government has also lifted the night curfew.


The Central Government has issued guidelines for Unlock-3. The guidelines issued by the Home Ministry have allowed the opening of the gym from August 5. The government has also lifted the night curfew. Ban on metro, rail and cinema will continue. The government has said that Independence Day programs will be held with social distance. In addition other health protocols must be followed, such as wearing a mask.


The Home Ministry informed that after extensive discussions with the States and Union Territories, it has been decided that schools, colleges and coaching institutes will remain closed till August 31.

The Union Home Ministry has issued guidelines for Unlock 3. Under this, night curfew will no longer be applicable. Schools, colleges, public events will remain closed as before. Metro service can be started.


According to the guidelines, metro rails, cinema halls, swimming pools, amusement parks, theaters, bars, auditoriums, assembly halls can be opened except in the containment zones (where there are more cases of corona).


Coronavirus cases Unlock 3 COVID19 India tracker Lockdown news Vaccine trial Live updates: The Union Ministry of Home Affairs today released Unlock 3 guidelines. the govt will allow Gyms and Yoga institutes to open from August 5. Meanwhile, Coronavirus cases in India have crossed 15 lakh-mark whilst daily COVID19 cases count are touching 50,000. Discussions are on to organize the Unlock 3.0 strategy to reopen the economy during a gradual manner and check the spread of the highly contagion at an equivalent time. State governments have imposed containment zone wise, city wise lockdown to interrupt the chain. In India, there are 5,09,447 active coronavirus cases, 9,88,029 COVID19 patients are cured or discharged and 34,193 Coronavirus infected patients have died, as per data shared by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Total coronavirus cases in India are 15,31,669. India has recorded 48,513 Coronavirus cases and 768 COVID19 deaths within the last 24 hours.

Meanwhile, Pfizer-BionTech has joined Oxford-AstraZeneca, Moderna, and Chinese firms Sinovac and Sinipharm at the ultimate testing hurdle for the potential Coronavirus COVID19 vaccine. Russia has remained confident about becoming the primary country within the world to approve a coronavirus COVID19 vaccine. This has come notwithstanding the concerns raised about potential COVID19 vaccine’s safety and efficacy.

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UNLOCK 3 GUIDELINES: WHAT'S ALLOWED, WHAT'S NOT
Restrictions on movement of people during night (Night curfew) are removed.
Yoga institutes and gymnasiums are going to be allowed to open from August 5, 2020. during this regard, Standard procedure (SOP) are going to be issued by the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MoHFW) for ensuring social distancing and to contain the spread of COVID-19.



Independence Day functions are going to be allowed with social distancing and by following other health protocols, e.g., wearing of masks etc. during this regard instructions issued by MHA on 21.07.2020 shall be followed.

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After extensive consultation with States and UTs, it's been decided that schools, colleges and training institutions will remain closed till August 31, 2020.
International aviation of passengers has been permitted during a limited manner under the Vande Bharat mission. Further opening-up will happen during a calibrated manner.
All activities, except the subsequent , shall be permitted outside containment zones:

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GUJARAT CORONA UPDATE DATE 29 JULY 2020

GUJARAT CORONA UPDATE DATE  29 JULY 2020


According to the figures released by the Vadodara Municipal Corporation, 95 positive cases of corona virus have been reported in Vadodara city and district today. Thus the total number of positive cases has reached 4476. A further 79 patients have been discharged in Vadodara today. So far a total of 3425 patients have recovered and today the official death toll has risen to 84 from 2 more deaths declared. There are a total of 967 active cases in Vadodara at present, out of which 142 are on oxygen and 43 on ventilator-B pap and 782 patients are in stable condition.

Cases were reported in these areas of Vadodara today
City: Old Padra Road, Vaghodia Road, Ajwa Road, Chhani, Tandalja, Navayard, Subhanpura, Nizampura, Makarpura, Sama, Manjalpur, Vasna-Bhayali Road, Alkapuri, Rajmahel Road, Harni, Gorwa, Karelibagh, Gotri, Maneja
Rural: Padra, Dasharath, Ranoli, Nandesari, Samiyala, Kotna, Angadh, Khatamba, Dabhoi, Kandari, Karjan

6 more patients die in Vadodara today
Corona virus has been rampant in Vadodara for the last 15 days. Six more patients died today while undergoing treatment for corona virus in Vadodara. All patients were cremated as per government guidelines.

Age and area of ​​the deceased
-Death of a 72-year-old man in the garden area
-Death of 72 year old man of Kishanwadi area
-Death of a 75-year-old man from Harni Road area
-A 65-year-old man from Akota area died
-Death of a 46-year-old man from Zadeshwar area of ​​Bharuch
-Death of a 70-year-old woman from Bharuch

33 more positive cases in Bharuch
Corona erupted again today in Bharuch district. A further 33 positive cases of corona virus have been reported in Bharuch district. There are 13 cases in Bharuch, 16 in Ankleshwar, 2 in Hansot, 1 in Netrang and 1 in Jambusar. Thus, the total number of cases of corona virus in Bharuch district has reached over 889 so far. Bharuch municipality corporator and former president Marutisinh Atodariano's coro virus report has come positive.
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Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Gujarat Corona update 28 july 2020

Gujarat Corona update 28 july 2020


According to the figures released by the Vadodara Municipal Corporation, 91 more cases of corona virus have been reported in Vadodara city and district today. Thus the total number of positive cases has reached 4381. A further 51 patients have been discharged in Vadodara today. So far a total of 3346 patients have recovered and today the official death toll has risen to 82 from 3 more deaths declared. There are currently a total of 953 active cases in Vadodara, out of which 143 are on oxygen and 38 on ventilator-B pap and 772 patients are in stable condition.



Cases were reported in these areas of Vadodara today
City: Manjalpur, Vasna, Fatehpura, Fatehganj, Chhani, Gorwa, Makarpura, Sangam, Tarsali, Vaghodia Road, Soma Lake, Harni Road, Akota, Ajwa Road, Old Padra Road, Tandalja, Subhanpura, Gotri, Maneja, Karelibaug
Rural: Padra, Karjan, Dabhoi, Sokhada, Dasharath, Por, Intola, Koyli



6 more patients die during corona treatment in Vadodara
Six more patients died today during treatment for corona virus in Vadodara city. An 85-year-old man from Ajwa Road in Vadodara, a 75-year-old man from Gotri area and a 52-year-old man from Dabhoi taluka have died. In addition, a 62-year-old woman from Dabhoi, a 70-year-old man from New Karelibaug area and a 65-year-old man from Rajmahel Road area died during treatment.

A record 1108 new cases of corona virus have been reported in the state in the last 24 hours. While a further 24 people have died. The total number of positive cases in the state has reached 57982. While today more than 1032 patients have recovered. With this a total of 42412 patients have been discharged so far. The total death toll from the corona virus in the state has reached 2372.

In the newly registered cases today 199 in Surat Corporation, 147 in Ahmedabad Corporation, 94 in Surat Corporation, 75 in Vadodara Corporation, 49 in Rajkot Corporation, 38 in Dahod, 35 in Gandhinagar, 35 in Banaskantha, 34 in Surendranagar, 30 in Rajkot, 26 in Amreli, 26 in Jamnagar Corporation, 22 in Navsari. 21, Bhavnagar 20, Mahisagar 20, Bharuch 19, Panchmahal 19, Bhavnagar Corporation 18, Mehsana 18, Patan 18, Valsad 18, Narmada 16, Vadodara 16, Gir Somnath 15, Kheda 13, Anand 11, Junagadh Corporation 11, Kutch 10, Ahmedabad 9, Gandhinagar Corporation 9, Morbi 9, Botad 8, Sabarkantha 8, Tapi 6, Junagadh 5, Jamnagar 4, Porbandar 4 and Aravalli 2 cases have been reported.

According to the health department, 24 more patients have died today due to Kovid-19. Of these, 7 patients died in Surat Corporation, 5 in Surat, 4 in Ahmedabad Corporation, 2 in Bhavnagar Corporation, 2 in Rajkot, 1 in Gandhinagar, 1 in Jamnagar Corporation, 1 in Jamnagar Corporation and 1 in Vadodara Corporation. So far 2372 people have died from corona in the state.

There are currently 13198 active cases in the state, out of which 87 are on ventilator and 13111 patients are stable, while so far a total of 42412 patients have been discharged after treatment. A total of 6,90,092 tests have been conducted in Gujarat so far.


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Another 19 cases were reported in Bharuch
A further 19 positive cases of corona virus have been reported in Bharuch district today. Thus, the total number of cases of corona virus in Bharuch district has reached over 856. Today 2 more patients have died. A further 16 positive cases have been reported in Panchmahal district today.

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Monday, July 27, 2020

A fine of Rs 500 will be imposed on those who do not wear a mask in public in the state from August 1

A fine of Rs 500 will be imposed on those who do not wear a mask in public in the state from August 1


From August 1, a fine of Rs 500 will be levied on those who do not wear masks in public as well as those who spit. Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has decided to impose a fine of Rs 500 on those who wear masks in public as well as those who spit in public from August 1 across the state.



At present different fines of Rs 200 and Rs 500 are levied
At present, different fines of Rs 200 and Rs 500 are levied for not wearing a mask in public and for spitting. But following the government's decision, the same penalty will now be levied across the state from August 1. With this, the Chief Minister has also decided that plain masks will be available to the citizens at a nominal price of only Rs. 2 from Amul Parlor in the state for the purpose of making masks easily available to the citizens.



At a time when corona is being seen all over Gujarat, every effort is being made to stop the spread of corona. At present, a fine of Rs 200 is being levied for going out in public without a mask, while Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has decided to impose a fine of Rs 500 on those who wear masks in public as well as those who spit in public from August 1.

Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has decided to impose a fine of Rs 500 on those who wear masks in public as well as those who spit in public from August 1 across the state. Notably, the current penalty of Rs 200 will now be increased to Rs 500 from August 1.

Chief Minister Rupani has also decided that in order to make masks easily available to the citizens, simple masks can be obtained from Amul Parlor in Gujarat at a nominal price of only Rs.


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It may be noted that the commissioner of Surat Municipal Corporation has decided to levy a fine of Rs. 500 from those who do not wear masks. Importantly, until now, a fine of Rs 200 was imposed for not wearing a mask.
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Gujarat Corona update date 27 july 2020

Gujarat Corona update date 27 july 2020


Prime Minister Narendra Modi has inaugurated high throughput (automated) centers in Corona testing in three cities - Noida, Mumbai and Kolkata. 10 thousand tests can be done in one day in this center. According to the Prime Minister's Office, the center will be able to speed up corona testing in the country. It will also help in getting information about the disease at a certain time and starting treatment. In this way the spread of infection can be prevented.



At present, more than 5 lakh tests are being conducted in the country. Efforts are being made to have 10 lakh tests every day in the coming days. In Corona's time, there is a resolve to save every single Indian. Today, India is the second largest PPE kit manufacturer in the world. 6 months ago there was not a single manufacturer in the country, today more than 1200 manufacturers are making more than 5 lakh PPE kits every day. At one time N-95 masks were also imported, today 3 lakh masks are produced every day.



He said it was a big challenge to prepare domestic resources in the fight against Corona. The whole world today is amazed at India's fight against the Corona, one of the reasons behind this is the soldiers. Today in our country there is caution and awareness towards Corona. Scientific information is expanding. Now we have to strengthen the demand-supply position at the state, district, taluka and rural levels

Modi said that we have to take care that our Corona warriors do not get tired in any way. We have to take with us new and retired professors who want to come forward. Festivals are also coming in the near future. It causes celebrations, the transition does not spread, for this we have to be careful. At the same time, it should be seen that poor families do not face any problem during the festival. Work is in full swing for corona vaccine in the country. Until this vaccine arrives, we have to save ourselves and our families. I am confident that we will fight and win the battle against Corona together.

The Union Health Minister and the Chief Ministers of the three states participated
Testing through a high throughput testing facility will take less time and lab staff will not even need to come in contact with infected people. The Prime Minister inaugurated the testing facility through video conferencing. Apart from Union Health Minister Dr. Harshvardhan, Chief Ministers of Maharashtra, West Bengal and Uttar Pradesh also joined.

Recovery rate in the country is 64.19 per cent, mortality rate is 2.30 per cent
Corona cases crossed 1.4 million in the country on Sunday. However, the number of patients recovering is also steadily increasing. Today, the recovery rate in the country is 64.19 percent. That means 64 out of 100 patients are getting better. The death rate, on the other hand, is 2.30 percent.

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Saturday, July 25, 2020

Gujarat Corona update date 25 july 2020

Gujarat Corona update date 25 july 2020




According to the data released by the Vadodara Municipal Corporation, the highest number of 91 cases of corona virus has been reported in Vadodara and the city district so far. Thus the total number of positive cases has reached over 4102. A further 45 patients have been discharged from the hospital in Vadodara today. Thus far a total of 3233 patients have recovered. There are a total of 795 active cases in Vadodara at present, out of which 139 are on oxygen and 41 on ventilator-B pap and the condition of 615 patients is stable and today the official death toll has risen to 70 with the death of 2 more patients.



Cases were reported in these areas of Vadodara today
City: Wadi, Waghodia Road, Rajnagar, Ajwa Road, Bhayali Road, Memon Colony, Lalbagh, Warsia Ring Road, Navapura, Polo Ground, Gorwa, RV Desai Road, Bhatwada, Alkapuri, Sama, Chhani, Nagarwada, Karelibagh, Panigate , Manjalpur, Subhanpura, Harni Road, Kalali, Tandalja, Akota
Rural: Simli, Karjan, Luna, Kanjat, Padra, Raipur, Udera, Bhayali, Sevasi, Dabhoi

Death of 2 more patients during treatment of corona
Two more patients have died during treatment for corona virus in Vadodara city. A 68-year-old woman from Maneja area of ​​Vadodara died while a 62-year-old woman from Halol died.



9 more positive cases were reported in Bharuch today
Another 26 cases of corona virus have been reported in Bharuch district today. The total number of corona cases in this Bharuch district has reached over 791. On the other hand, the Swaminarayan temple in Dandia Bazaar area of ​​Bharuch has been quarantined and closed for devotees after a positive patient of Koro was found.

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12 more positive cases were reported in Narmada district
Another 12 cases of corona virus have been reported in Narmada district today. Of these, 8 cases have been reported in Rajpipla, 2 in Dadiapada and 2 in Tilakwada taluka. Cases of corona virus are increasing very fast in Rajpipla city. In Rajpipla urban area 2 cases have been reported in Luhar Chaal, 1 case in Kumbharwad, 3 cases in Kachiyawad, 1 case in Lemda Chowk area and 1 case in Maliwad. The total number of corona virus cases in Narmada district has reached over 232.


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Friday, July 24, 2020

BEST 13 Tips of Exercise Will Improve Health and At TIME Against Reduces the Risk of Oral Infections

BEST 13 Tips of Exercise Will Improve Health and At TIME Against Reduces the Risk of Oral Infections


It is said that you cannot recover unless you are breathing properly. We breathe approximately 25,000 times a day and are especially aware of this during epidemics. James Nestor, author of "Breathe: The New Science of a Lost Art," says that if there's anything better with Corona, it's that people are now paying attention to the way they breathe.

How we breathe affects the cellular level of the body. Research has shown that changing the way we breathe affects our weight, allergies, asthma, snoring and attention. Some exercises can help you to breathe better in such a situation.



Doing these 13 exercises will allow you to breathe better

1. Keep the mouth closed


About half of us are chronic mouth breeders. Breathing in this way can cause lung problems and increase the risk of respiratory infections. It can also cause bad breath, sleep apnea and other health problems.
Breathing through the nose keeps the air warm and pure. This helps us to breathe whole and long. Apart from this nasal breathing takes in more oxygen and increases the amount of nitric oxide. Nitric oxide is a molecule that opens the blood vessels, increases their circulation and delivers oxygen, blood and other nutrients to all parts of the body. Nitric oxide affects immune function, weight.
However, approximately 40% of people suffer from nasal congestion due to allergies, sinusitis. Breathing with the mouth closed can be a challenge in such people. The first step is to open the nose. Some sprays and neti pots are available for this, says Nestor. I put eucalyptus oil in my nose.

2. Opening the nose

One of Patrick McConnell's Oxygen Advantage exercises can help open the nose. Sit up straight, inhale and exhale comfortably through the nose. Then close both nostrils. Shake your face up and down and left to right until you need to breathe. When the nose is closed, breathe slowly through the compressed lips. Inhale quietly for 30 seconds to 1 minute and repeat five times.

3. Take a deep breath

An average person uses as little as 10% of his diaphragm. Chest breathing can put stress on the heart, stress in the neck-shoulder veins and keep you in constant low grade stress. Diaphragmatic breathing means that breathing through the abdomen allows us to take deeper breaths and this allows our lungs to take in more oxygen and reduce stress.

4. Breathing through the abdomen

Lie on your back and kneel to start. Keep one hand on the chest and the other hand on the abdomen. Inhale slowly through your nose so that your stomach grows. Hands placed on the chest should not be halva. Slowly exhale through the nose or compressed lips and feel the abdomen in its old position. Do this 5 to 10 times. When you start doing this technique easily, do it while sitting and standing.

5. Take the ball and roll it

When you breathe in the chest, the neck, shoulders and upper part of the chest come out and become stronger. When the muscles of the upper body are tight, it usually stops the breathing process. Massaging the upper body with a tennis or massage ball will improve this and it will relax and relax the muscles.

6. Pectoral roll

Stand facing the wall and place the ball on the collar-bone. Turn to the wall and rotate the ball back and forth, right-left, several times below the clavicle. Rotate this to the other side of the chest as well.

7. Intercostal roll

Stand on one side against the wall and raise your hand against the wall. Touch the palm against the wall. Place the ball inside the arm-pit and roll it against the wall. Lower the ball an inch and repeat. Massage the intercostal muscles between the muscles until you reach the lower ribs. Repeat this process on the other side as well.

8. Upper back roll

Go back so you can stand with your back to the wall. Place the ball on top of your trapezius and go back to the wall. Gently rotate the ball over the outside of the shoulder and straighten. Repeat this process on the other side as well.

9. Neck release

Come down with a yoga block using your back and keep a thick book under your head. Turn your head to the right and place the ball behind the ear. Take five deep breaths. Then shake your head three and four times in yes and no. Then change the side

10. Stand up straight

Incorrect posture prevents the diaphragm and slows down activities such as blood flow and digestion. Stretching the legs, lengthening the back and opening the shoulders helps to decompress the spine.

11. Cat / Cow

Come to the table-top position on the ground. When you inhale, bring the abdomen down, push the chest forward, and look up. When exhaling, place the beard on the chest and bend the spine. Change the yoga posture of the cow and cat for breathing three to five times.

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12. Keep space between the legs and fold towards the front


Stand on your feet and keep a distance of about 4 feet between the two. Bend the toes inwards. Tie your hands behind your back. Inhale, open the chest and bring the palms closer. When exhaling, fold the front side and bring your hands over your head. Use a towel if you have trouble holding hands.

13. Sue-Pine Spinal Twist Sleep with your back burning, kneels on your chest and take a few breaths. Then pull the hand out making a T shape in the opposite direction. When you exhale, keep both shoulder blades on the ground and lower the knees to the right. You can deepen the twist by looking at the left shoulder. Breathe several times in this position and bring the knee back in between. Exhale and turn it down to the left and twist in the other direction.
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Gujarat Corona update date 24 july 2020

Gujarat Corona update date 24 july 2020




Corona virus has taken a severe form in Vadodara city. 3000 beds have been made available for Kovid patients in government hospitals as well as private hospitals in and around the city. However, due to the increase in the number of Kovid-19 patients, 52 private Kovid hospitals with 1530 beds have become housefull.



A woman suffering from a respiratory illness did not get a bed in a private hospital with symptoms of corona

A 66-year-old patient named Seemabahen Shah of Vadodara was admitted to a private hospital in Alkapuri with shortness of breath. The family, meanwhile, were told by the hospital to take Kovid-19 to a hospital for treatment of Covid virus. The family members checked to take Seemabahen to the hospital treating Kovid in Vadodara city and near the city. But, the response from all the hospitals was that the beds were not empty.

At present beds are not available in private hospitals, beds are not available even in government hospitals
A 500-bed facility has been set up at Gotri Hospital in Vadodara. Out of which 375 patients are undergoing treatment on beds. A further 125 beds were made on Friday on the 5th floor of the hospital. And the sixth floor of another 125-bed hospital is planned to be ready by next week. The hospital has a capacity of 100 ICUs. Sayaji Hospital has a facility of 401 beds and 38 ICUs. Thus 9 government hospitals including Sayaji Hospital and Gotri Hospital have a current facility of 1470 beds.

There are 3,000 beds in a total of 61 hospitals, government, trust and private


Apart from this, a total of 18 hospitals including a medical college near Vadodara and a total of 35 private hospitals have been set up and 1530 beds have been set up in 52 hospitals. Thus, the current facilities of 3 thousand beds have been made available in 61 government, trust and private hospitals. However, due to the increasing number of Kovid patients, it will be difficult for Kovid patients to get treatment in private hospitals as well as government hospitals.

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A further 125 beds have been set up on the fifth floor of Gotri Hospital
Special Officer on Duty of Vadodara Dr. Vinod Rao said more than 125 beds have been set up on the fifth floor of Gotri Hospital since Friday in view of the growing number of corona patients. And another 125-bed facility will be arranged next week. In addition, more beds are being planned at Sayaji Hospital. Tantra is being planned so that no patient is deprived of treatment.


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