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Only 4 districts of Gujarat untouched by Covid

c29 of 33 districts have reported Covid-19 circumstances

Now most effective Junagadh, Surendranagar, Amreli and Dwarka are unfastened from coronavirus infection; 28 of 29 states have reported sure circumstances until now; maximum populated UP at 13th place on the subject of unfold

Gujarat, the 9th maximum populated state in the country, stands at the sixth place on the subject of unfold of coronavirus in its districts. On March 19, the state reported its first two circumstances of Covid-19 from Rajkot and Surat. As of April 23, sure circumstances had been reported from 27 extra districts, taking the whole choice of inflamed districts to 29 out of 33.

Now, most effective Junagadh, Amreli, Surendaranagar and Dwarka are freed from Covid-19. Dangs which was coronavirus-free until Thursday reported a case later in the evening.


According to knowledge to be had on until 3 pm on April 23, coronavirus circumstances have been reported from 28 of 29 states in the country. Sikkim is the only state that has up to now remained freed from the infection. All districts in Kerala and Goa have reported sure circumstances. Besides these two states, Tamil Nadu, Telangana and Maharashtra have reported better unfold of the virus. Uttar Pradesh, essentially the most populous state in the country, is at the 13th place in this record. Other states which can be extra populated that Gujarat however lower in the unfold are Bihar, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Karnataka.

Percentage-wise, 87.87% of districts in Gujarat are inflamed. Goa and Kerala have reported 100% unfold, whilst it is 94.59% in Tamil Nadu, 90.32% in Telangana and 88.88% in Maharashtra. Thirteen out of 28 inflamed states have 50% or lesser unfold of the virus, with most effective 4% of the districts in Arunachal Pradesh reporting a positive case.

Deputy Chief Minister and state Health minister Nitin Patel, when asked about the unfold of the virus in the state, refused to remark on the matter. Principal Health Secretary Dr Jayanti Ravi could no longer be contacted for a remark.

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