COVID-19 pandemic in Gujarat

The first two cases of the COVID-19 pandemic were confirmed in the Indian state of Gujarat on 19 March 2020 from Rajkot and Surat who had a travel history to Saudi Arabia and London respectively.[2] As of 23 May 2020, Gujarat is the second most affected state in India with a total 14,821 confirmed cases in the state which include 7,139 recovered cases, 6767 cases under treatment and 915 deaths. A total of 189,313 (26 May 2020) tests have been carried out in the state.[1]

COVID-19 pandemic in Gujarat
India Gujarat COVID-19 map.svg
Map of districts with confirmed cases
DiseaseCOVID-19
Virus strainSARS-CoV-2
LocationGujarat,India
Index caseSurat and Rajkot
Arrival date19 March 2020 (2 months and 1 week)
Confirmed cases14,821 (26 May 2020)[1]
Active cases6767[1]
Recovered7,139 (26 May 2020)[1]
Deaths
915 (26 May 2020)[1]
Fatality rate6.17%
Territories
All 33 districts[1]
Government website
gujcovid19.gujarat.gov.in

TimelineEdit

 
Sai Krishna Hospital as COVID-19 Isolation Centre; operated by Government of Gujarat in Mehsana, Gujarat, India
 
Deserted roads during the lockdown in Vadodara

MarchEdit

  • 15 March: Anil Mukim, Chief Secretary of Gujarat, announced the closure of schools, colleges, educational institutes, malls, multiplexes, and swimming pools across the state till March 29 as a precaution against COVID-19. However, the ongoing board examinations for class X and XII were allowed to be conducted.[3] Also, fine of ₹500 was imposed on public spitting in Gujarat.[4]
  • 16 March: Shyamal Tikadar, Chief Wildlife Warden of Gujarat, announced that the state's national parks, sanctuaries, and conservation reserves will remain closed from March 17 to March 29.[5] Gujarat High Court said it will only take up those matters categorized as urgent till March 31.[6]
  • 17 March: Statue of Unity closed for tourists till March 25.[7] Platform ticket rate increased from ₹10 to ₹50 at 12 railway stations in Gujarat as a preventive measure against COVID-19 by the Western Railway of India.[8]
  • 18 March: Atul Pandya, Director of the Sabarmati Ashram in Ahmedabad said that the Ashram will remain closed for visitors from March 19 to March 29 to control the spread of COVID-19 and to ensure the safety of citizens.[9]
  • 19 March: Gujarat reports first two cases of COVID-19. A 32-year-old man from Rajkot, who returned from Saudi Arabia, and a 21-year-old woman from Surat, who returned from UK, were tested positive.[10]
  • 20 March: Vijay Rupani, Chief Minister of Gujarat, said no government buses in the state will be working on March 22 in view of the 'Janata Curfew' announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.[11]
  • 21 March: As COVID-19 cases increase in the state, Government of Gujarat partially locks down four cities - Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara and Rajkot. All shops selling non-essential items in the four cities will remain closed till March 25 and government offices will operate at half strength on rotational basis till March 29.[12] Chief Minister Vijay Rupani announced that the new 1,200-bed capacity Civil Hospital of Ahmedabad will be kept exclusively for treating coronavirus patients and would serve as the nodal infection control centre.[13]
  • 22 March: Gujarat reports first COVID-19 death. A 69-year-old man died in Surat.[14] Government of Gujarat extended the partial lockdown to Gandhinagar.[15]
  • 23 March: Gujarat DGP Shivanand Jha announced that entire Gujarat will be placed under complete lockdown starting from 12:00 AM of March 24 till March 31.[16] The Gujarat High Court decided to hear "extremely urgent matters" through video conferencing, to ensure social distancing amid the COVID-19 pandemic.[17]
  • 24 March: Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced complete lockdown in entire country for 21 days starting from March 25 to April 14 as a preventive measure against the COVID-19. All businesses and services in India, except essential ones, were suspended during this period.[18] The Government of Gujarat decided to mass-promote all the students of Class 1 to 9 and Class 11 to the upper standard without examination due to uncertainty over lockdown and spread of COVID-19 in Gujarat.[19]
  • 25 March: Gujarat reports second COVID-19 death. A 85-year-old woman who had returned from Dubai died in Ahmedabad.[20] Chief Minister Vijay Rupani announced that Government of Gujarat would provide food items for free to 60 lakh poor families and 3.25 crore individuals holding ration cards from April 1.[21]
  • 26 March: Gujarat reports third COVID-19 death. A 70-year-old man died in Bhavnagar.[22] Government of Gujarat announced free food doorstep facility for elderly persons staying alone at home during lockdown.[23]
  • 27 March: Out of 44 COVID-19 patients in Gujarat, 18 got infected through local transmission while the rest 26 had travel history.[24] Government of Gujarat launched a mobile app to track home-quarantined persons[25] and announced to provide food and accommodation to migrant workers but would restrict their travel during the 21-day lockdown period.[26]
  • 28 March: Number of cases in Gujarat crossed the 50-mark.[27] Gujarat reports fourth COVID-19 death. A 46-year-old woman died in Ahmedabad.[28] Chief Minister Vijay Rupani announced that the Government of Gujarat will grant Rs 25 lakh to the family of any police official who dies while on duty amid the COVID-19 pandemic.[29]
  • 29 March: Gujarat reports first COVID-19 recovery. A 34-year-old woman recovered in Surat.[30] Gujarat reports fifth COVID-19 death. A 47-year-old man died in Ahmedabad.[31] Gujarat ranks second in positive cases after Maharashtra, and ranks highest in mortality rate in India.[32] Government of Gujarat said it will release around 1,200 prisoners for two months on parole and interim bail to reduce jail crowding.[33]
  • 30 March: Government of Gujarat has distributed 8.95 lakh food packets across the state till date.[34] Out of total COVID-19 cases in Gujarat, around 50% cases are result of local transmission, 2 cases indicate community transmission.[35]
  • 31 March: Government of India identified Ahmedabad in Gujarat as a COVID-19 hotspot in the country as 3 patients have died out of total 5 cases in the city. Other hotspots in the country include Dilshad Garden and Nizamuddin in Delhi, Noida and Meerut in Uttar Pradesh, Bhilwara in Rajasthan, Kasargod and Pathanamthitta in Kerala, Mumbai and Pune in Maharashtra.[36]

AprilEdit

  • 1 April: 72 persons from Gujarat who have attended the Tablighi Jamaat Event in Delhi's Nizamuddin area, which emerged as a major COVID-19 hotspot, were identified by Gujarat Police. Of them, 71 persons were quarantined; one of them died of COVID-19 in Bhavnagar.[37] Gujarat Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel said that the deadline for the repayment of short-term crop loans has been extended till May 31.[38]
  • 2 April: Chief Minister Vijay Rupani announced ₹650 crore package for 65 lakh families of the poor, labourers, unorganised workers, construction workers of the state.[39] Government of Gujarat warned factories, businesses and employers by saying that FIRs will be filed under the Disaster Management Act against those who would lay off workers or would cut their salaries during the lockdown period.[40]
  • 3 April: Ashwani Kumar, Secretary to Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, said that Government of Gujarat has decided to provide 25,000 N95 masks to private doctors in the state so that they can provide better healthcare facilities to people.[41] Government of Gujarat initiated hiring of retired police personnel in order to deploy them as additional force to impose the lockdown across Gujarat.[42]
  • 4 April: Number of COVID-19 cases in Gujarat crossed the 100-mark.[43] Number of COVID-19 deaths in Gujarat reached 10. Five of them died in Ahmedabad.[44] Gujarat had increased the risk of local transmission. 62 cases out of total 105 were of local transmission.[45] Chief Minister Vijay Rupani informed that there will be no shortage of ventilators in Gujarat as local industrialists in the state have successfully made ventilators in 10 days.[46]
  • 5 April: Number of COVID-19 cases in Ahmedabad crossed the 50-mark.[47] Government of Gujarat announced ₹25 lakh compensation in case santitation and health workers, revenue and food supplies staff, fair price shop owners die of COVID-19 while working in the frontline.[48] The Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) increased its COVID-19 survey team's strength to 500 from 136.[49]
  • 6 April: Government of Gujarat declared 15 localities in four cities - Ahmedabad (8), Surat (3), Bhavnagar (2) and Vadodara (2) - as COVID-19 hotspots in the state, and decided to completely seal the areas, under the cluster containment strategy.[50] After successful launching and testing of Ventilators, Gujarat manufacturers would now make Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) kits and N95 Masks for being self-reliant to fight the battle against the COVID-19.[51]
  • 7 April: Government of Gujarat, which had earlier announced (on April 5) ₹25 lakh compensation to front-line staff, extended the cover to all government employees who are involved in jobs related to the COVID-19 pandemic.[52]
  • 8 April: Government of Gujarat declared 31 private hospitals across the state as designated COVID-19 hospitals. The 31 new hospitals will increase bed capacity for COVID-19 patients by 4,064. Earlier, the designated COVID-19 hospitals across the state were operational in Ahmedabad, Rajkot, Vadodara and Surat and had combined capacity of 2,200 beds.[53]
  • 9 April: Number of COVID-19 cases in Gujarat crossed the 200-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Ahmedabad crossed the 100-mark. Out of the total 241 cases in the state, 33 have international travel history, 32 have interstate travel history, and 176 were locally infected.[54] Jayanti Ravi, Principal Secretary of Health and Family Welfare Department (Gujarat), said that Government of Gujarat has ordered for 50,000 Rapid Antibody Test (RAT) kits from abroad, in addition to kits to be received from the central government.[55]
  • 10 April: Number of COVID-19 cases in Gujarat crossed the 300-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Vadodara crossed the 50-mark.[56]
  • 11 April: Number of COVID-19 cases in Gujarat crossed the 400-mark.[57] Number of COVID-19 deaths in Gujarat crossed the 20-mark.[58] Number of COVID-19 cases in Ahmedabad crossed the 200-mark.[59] Government of Gujarat allowed to operate fishing and allied activities of processing, packaging, maintenance of cold chains, and transportation of fish and prawns.[60]
  • 12 April: Number of COVID-19 cases in Gujarat crossed the 500-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Vadodara crossed the 100-mark.[61] Ahmedabad Civic Body made it mandatory (from 6:00 AM of April 13) for people of Ahmedabad to wear mask or any cloth to cover the nose and mouth when going out in public places and said that those found without masks will be fined ₹5,000 and those who fail to deposit the fine will be jailed for 3 years.[62]
  • 13 April: Number of COVID-19 recoveries in Gujarat crossed the 50-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Ahmedabad crossed the 300-mark.[63]
  • 14 April: Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the extension of lockdown in entire country for 19 days from April 15 to May 3.[64] Number of COVID-19 cases in Gujarat crossed the 600-mark.[65] In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Ahmedabad, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani decided to impose curfew in three hotspot areas - Danilimda, Jamalpur and Dariyapur of Ahmedabad from 6:00 AM of April 15 to 6:00 AM of April 21.[66] Ahmedabad Municipal Commissioner Vijay Nehra said that Ahmedabad Civic Body has readied the India's largest COVID-19 Care Centre in Ahmedabad with a capacity to accommodate 2000 patients.[67]
  • 15 April: Number of COVID-19 cases in Gujarat crossed the 700-mark. Number of COVID-19 deaths in Gujarat crossed the 30-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Ahmedabad crossed the 400-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Surat crossed the 50-mark.[68] Out of 170 districts identified as COVID-19 hotspot in India, Gujarat has 5 hotspot districts - Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Surat, Bhavnagar, Rajkot.[69]
  • 16 April: Number of COVID-19 cases in Gujarat crossed the 900-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Ahmedabad crossed the 500-mark.[70] Government of Gujarat has set up designated COVID-19 hospitals in all districts of Gujarat and now has 8700 bed capacity for COVID-19 patients.[71]
  • 17 April: Number of COVID-19 cases in Gujarat crossed the 1,000-mark. Number of COVID-19 deaths in Gujarat crossed the 40-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Ahmedabad crossed the 600-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Surat crossed the 100-mark.[72]
  • 18 April: Number of COVID-19 deaths in Gujarat crossed the 50-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Ahmedabad crossed the 800-mark.[73] Ashwani Kumar, Secretary to Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, said that from April 20 NFSA card-holding families will get ₹1000 assistance for the month of April.[74]
  • 19 April: Number of COVID-19 recoveries in Gujarat crossed the 100-mark. Number of COVID-19 deaths in Gujarat crossed the 60-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Ahmedabad crossed the 1,000-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Surat crossed the 200-mark.[75]
  • 20 April: Number of COVID-19 deaths in Gujarat crossed the 70-mark.[76]
  • 21 April: Number of COVID-19 cases in Gujarat crossed the 2,000-mark. Number of COVID-19 deaths in Gujarat reached the 90-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Surat crossed the 300-mark.[77] Gujarat becomes second worst affected state after Maharashtra in terms of total number of COVID-19 cases (2178) and total number of COVID-19 deaths (90).[78]
  • 22 April: Number of COVID-19 deaths in Gujarat crossed the 100-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Surat crossed the 400-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Vadodara crossed the 200-mark.[79]
  • 23 April: Number of COVID-19 recoveries in Gujarat crossed the 200-mark.[80] Jayanti Ravi, Principal Secretary of Health and Family Welfare Department (Gujarat), said that Government of Gujarat is conducting 3,000 COVID-19 tests everyday in Gujarat. Out of these, 2,500 samples are collected from across the state while 500 samples are of those who are already quarantined or admitted to hospitals.[81]
  • 24 April: The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) sent four interministerial teams, headed by Additional Secretary-level officers, to monitor the COVID-19 situation in Gujarat (Ahmedabad, Surat), Telangana (Hyderabad) and Tamil Nadu (Chennai). The ministry had previously sent six teams to Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and West Bengal.[82] Government of Gujarat started using the Rapid Antibody Test (RAT) kits for COVID-19 surveillance in the state.[83]
  • 25 April: Number of COVID-19 cases in Gujarat crossed the 3,000-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Ahmedabad crossed the 2,000-mark.[84] Ashwani Kumar, Secretary to Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, said that shops across all the districts of Gujarat, except those located in COVID-19 containment zones, malls and shopping complexes, will be allowed to open from April 26.[85]
  • 26 April: Number of COVID-19 recoveries in Gujarat crossed the 300-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Surat crossed the 500-mark. Number of COVID-19 deaths in Ahmedabad crossed the 100-mark.[86] Ashwani Kumar, Secretary to Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, said that Government of Gujarat has withdrawn the decision to open shops in four cities - Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara, Rajkot, and informed that only essential services will continue till May 3.[87]
  • 27 April: Number of COVID-19 cases in Anand crossed the 50-mark. 30 out of 33 districts in Gujarat have reported COVID-19 cases so far.[88]
  • 28 April: Number of COVID-19 recoveries in Gujarat crossed the 400-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Rajkot crossed the 50-mark.[89]
  • 29 April: Number of COVID-19 cases in Gujarat crossed the 4,000-mark. Number of COVID-19 recoveries in Gujarat crossed the 500-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Surat crossed the 600-mark.[90] Ahmedabad Municipal Commissioner Vijay Nehra said that Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) has started distributing 3.5 lakh masks and sanitizers to the vegetable vendors free of cost and from May 1 it is mandatory for vegetable vendors and shop keepers in Ahmedabad to wear masks. Those who wont wear masks will have to pay a fine (₹2,000 fine for vendors, ₹5,000 for shop keepers, ₹50,000 for super market owners) and will also lead to suspension of licence for three months under Shops and Establishments Act.[91]
  • 30 April: Number of COVID-19 recoveries in Gujarat crossed the 600-mark. Number of COVID-19 deaths in Gujarat crossed the 200-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Ahmedabad crossed the 3,000-mark.[92]

MayEdit

  • 2 May: Number of COVID-19 cases in Gujarat crossed the 5,000-mark.[93]
  • 3 May: Number of COVID-19 recoveries in Gujarat crossed the 1,000-mark.[94] Number of COVID-19 recoveries in Ahmedabad crossed the 500-mark. Number of COVID-19 deaths in Ahmedabad crossed the 200-mark.[95]
  • 4 May: Number of COVID-19 deaths in Gujarat crossed the 300-mark.[96] Number of COVID-19 cases in Ahmedabad crossed the 4,000-mark.[97]
  • 5 May: Number of COVID-19 cases in Gujarat crossed the 6,000-mark.[98]
  • 6 May: Number of COVID-19 recoveries in Gujarat reached the 1,500-mark.[99] The Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation Commissioner ordered that all shops in Ahmedabad, except for those shops providing essential items like milk and medical stores, will remain closed from 12 am on May 7 to 6 am on May 15.[100]
  • 7 May: Number of COVID-19 cases in Gujarat crossed the 7,000-mark. Number of COVID-19 deaths in Gujarat crossed the 400-mark. Number of COVID-19 deaths in Ahmedabad crossed the 300-mark.[101]
  • 8 May: Number of COVID-19 cases in Ahmedabad crossed the 5,000-mark. Number of COVID-19 recoveries in Ahmedabad crossed the 1,000-mark.[102]
  • 9 May: Number of COVID-19 recoveries in Gujarat crossed the 2,000-mark.[103]
  • 10 May: Number of COVID-19 cases in Gujarat crossed the 8,000-mark.[104]
  • 11 May: Number of COVID-19 deaths in Gujarat crossed the 500-mark.[105] Number of COVID-19 cases in Ahmedabad crossed the 6,000-mark. Number of COVID-19 deaths in Ahmedabad reached the 400-mark.[106] The Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) made cashless digital payment mandatory for all home deliveries in Ahmedabad after May 15 in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 through currency notes. The AMC also said that all delivery staff will have to download Aarogya Setu app on their mobile phones as it would help users of the app identify whether they are at risk of the COVID-19 infection.[107]
  • 12 May: Number of COVID-19 recoveries in Gujarat crossed the 3,000-mark.[108]
  • 13 May: Number of COVID-19 cases in Gujarat crossed the 9,000-mark.[109] Number of COVID-19 recoveries in Ahmedabad crossed the 2,000-mark.[110]
  • 14 May: Number of COVID-19 cases in Vadodara crossed the 600-mark.[111]
  • 15 May: Number of COVID-19 recoveries in Gujarat crossed the 4,000-mark. Number of COVID-19 deaths in Gujarat crossed the 600-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Ahmedabad crossed the 7,000-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Surat crossed the 1,000-mark.[112]
  • 16 May: Number of COVID-19 cases in Gujarat crossed the 10,000-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Ahmedabad crossed the 8,000-mark.[113]
  • 17 May: Number of COVID-19 cases in Gujarat crossed the 11,000-mark. Number of COVID-19 deaths in Ahmedabad crossed the 500-mark.[114]
  • 19 May: Number of COVID-19 cases in Gujarat crossed the 12,000-mark. Number of COVID-19 recoveries in Gujarat crossed the 5,000-mark. Number of COVID-19 deaths in Gujarat crossed the 700-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Vadodara reached the 700-mark.[115] Number of COVID-19 recoveries in Ahmedabad crossed the 3,000-mark.[116]
  • 20 May: Number of COVID-19 cases in Ahmedabad crossed the 9,000-mark. Number of COVID-19 deaths in Ahmedabad crossed the 600-mark.[117]
  • 22 May: Number of COVID-19 cases in Gujarat crossed the 13,000-mark. Number of COVID-19 deaths in Gujarat crossed the 800-mark.[118]
  • 23 May: Number of COVID-19 recoveries in Gujarat crossed the 6,000-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Ahmedabad crossed the 10,000-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Vadodara crossed the 800-mark.[119]
  • 24 May: Number of COVID-19 cases in Gujarat crossed the 14,000-mark.[120] Number of COVID-19 recoveries in Ahmedabad crossed the 4,000-mark.[121]
  • 25 May: Number of COVID-19 deaths in Ahmedabad crossed the 700-mark.[122]
  • 26 May: Number of COVID-19 recoveries in Gujarat crossed the 7,000-mark. Number of COVID-19 deaths in Gujarat crossed the 900-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Aravalli crossed the 100-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Banaskantha crossed the 100-mark. Number of COVID-19 cases in Jamnagar crossed the 50-mark.[123]

TestingEdit

Testing ratesEdit

Summary of test results
Samples tested 189,313
Positive 14,821
Positive % 7.83%
Tests per million people [note 1] 2,787
As of 26 May 2020

StatisticsEdit

COVID-19 cases in Gujarat, India  ()
     Deaths        Recoveries        Active cases
Date
# of cases
# of deaths
2020-03-19
2(n.a.)
2020-03-20
7(+250%)
2020-03-21
14(+100%)
2020-03-22
18(+29%) 1(n.a.)
2020-03-23
30(+67%) 1(=)
2020-03-24
36(+20%) 1(=)
2020-03-25
38(+5.6%) 2(+100%)
2020-03-26
44(+16%) 3(+50%)
2020-03-27
47(+6.8%) 4(+33%)
2020-03-28
55(+17%) 4(=)
2020-03-29
63(+15%) 5(+25%)
2020-03-30
70(+11%) 6(+20%)
2020-03-31
74(+5.7%) 6(=)
2020-04-01
87(+18%) 6(=)
2020-04-02
88(+1.1%) 7(+17%)
2020-04-03
95(+8%) 9(+29%)
2020-04-04
108(+14%) 10(+11%)
2020-04-05
128(+19%) 11(+10%)
2020-04-06
146(+14%) 12(+9.1%)
2020-04-07
175(+20%) 14(+17%)
2020-04-08
186(+6.3%) 16(+14%)
2020-04-09
262(+41%) 17(+6.2%)
2020-04-10
378(+44%) 19(+12%)
2020-04-11
468(+24%) 22(+16%)
2020-04-12
516(+10%) 24(+9.1%)
2020-04-13
572(+11%) 26(+8.3%)
2020-04-14
650(+14%) 28(+7.7%)
2020-04-15
766(+18%) 33(+18%)
2020-04-16
929(+21%) 36(+9.1%)
2020-04-17
1,099(+18%) 41(+14%)
2020-04-18
1,376(+25%) 53(+29%)
2020-04-19
1,743(+27%) 63(+19%)
2020-04-20
1,939(+11%) 71(+13%)
2020-04-21
2,178(+12%) 90(+27%)
2020-04-22
2,407(+11%) 103(+14%)
2020-04-23
2,624(+9%) 112(+8.7%)
2020-04-24
2,815(+7.3%) 127(+13%)
2020-04-25
3,071(+9.1%) 133(+4.7%)
2020-04-26
3,301(+7.5%) 151(+14%)
2020-04-27
3,548(+7.5%) 162(+7.3%)
2020-04-28
3,774(+6.4%) 181(+12%)
2020-04-29
4,082(+8.2%) 197(+8.8%)
2020-04-30
4,395(+7.7%) 214(+8.6%)
2020-05-01
4,721(+7.4%) 236(+10%)
2020-05-02
5,054(+7.1%) 262(+11%)
2020-05-03
5,428(+7.4%) 290(+11%)
2020-05-04
5,804(+6.9%) 319(+10%)
2020-05-05
6,245(+7.6%) 368(+15%)
2020-05-06
6,625(+6.1%) 396(+7.6%)
2020-05-07
7,012(+5.8%) 425(+7.3%)
2020-05-08
7,402(+5.6%) 449(+5.6%)
2020-05-09
7,796(+5.3%) 472(+5.1%)
2020-05-10
8,194(+5.1%) 493(+4.4%)
2020-05-11
8,541(+4.2%) 513(+4.1%)
2020-05-12
8,903(+4.2%) 537(+4.7%)
2020-05-13
9,267(+4.1%) 566(+5.4%)
2020-05-14
9,591(+3.5%) 586(+3.5%)
2020-05-15
9,931(+3.5%) 606(+3.4%)
2020-05-16
10,988(+11%) 625(+3.1%)
2020-05-17
11,379(+3.6%) 659(+5.4%)
2020-05-18
11,745(+3.2%) 694(+5.3%)
2020-05-19
12,140(+3.4%) 719(+3.6%)
2020-05-20
12,537(+3.3%) 749(+4.2%)
2020-05-21
12,905(+2.9%) 773(+3.2%)
2020-05-22
13,268(+2.8%) 802(+3.8%)
2020-05-23
13,664(+3%) 829(+3.4%)
2020-05-24
14,056(+2.9%) 858(+3.5%)
2020-05-25
14,460(+2.9%) 888(+3.5%)
2020-05-26
14,821(+2.5%) 915(+3%)
Source:Official website of Department of Health and Family Welfare, Government of Gujarat


COVID-19 pandemic in Gujarat by district
District Confirmed cases Active cases Deaths Recovered cases Official city websites
Ahmedabad 10,841 5473 745 4,623 AMC
Amreli 7 7 0 0
Anand 93 6 10 77
Aravalli 101 21 3 77
Banaskantha 102 20 4 78
Bharuch 37 5 3 29
Bhavnagar 119 20 8 91
Botad 57 2 1 54
Chhota Udaipur 22 1 0 21
Dahod 36 18 0 18
Dang 2 0 0 2
Devbhoomi Dwarka 12 1 0 11
Gandhinagar 232 94 13 125
Gir Somnath 44 22 0 22
Jamnagar 52 19 2 31
Junagadh 27 19 0 8
Kutch 66 53 1 12
Kheda 63 18 4 41
Mahisagar 91 49 1 41
Mehsana 103 41 4 58
Morbi 3 1 0 2
Narmada 18 5 0 13
Navsari 18 10 0 8
Panchmahal 78 4 7 67
Patan 73 25 5 43
Porbandar 7 3 0 4
Rajkot 94 25 2 67 RMC
Sabarkantha 2 65 3 29
Surat 1,387 368 63 956 SMC
Surendranagar 25 20 0 5
Tapi 6 4 0 2
Vadodara 885 331 35 519 VMC
Valsad 23 17 1 5
Other States 5 5 0 0
Total 14,821 6767 915 7,139


GraphsEdit

OverviewEdit

Active casesEdit

Daily new casesEdit

Daily new recoveriesEdit

Daily new deathsEdit

Semilog plot of SARS-CoV-2 spread and COVID-19 recoveries and deathsEdit

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Population based on 2019 estimates from National Health Mission [124]

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