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Covid-19 updates from Gujarat, DGP Jha adds more para military forces


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Gujarat’s total Covid patients count is now at 6,245 whereas death toll is 368.

Gujarat Police chief Shivanand Jha has said that more paramilitary force companies have also been given in the containment zones of Surat and Vadodara in the state. Apart from the red zone, security will also be tight in the Orange and Green zones. People keep in mind that all these zones are restricted.
In order to increase security, RAF company will be deployed, SRP-paramilitary company will be deployed in parts of state, more than 36 companies of paramilitary to be deployed says Gujarat DGP.

As Amdavad Municipal Corporation (AMC) commissioner Vijay Nehra quarantines self after contact with Covid-19 patients.
A meeting at AMC to decide forward strategy to control Covid-19 in Ahmedabad is presently on. ACS Dr Rajiv Kumar Gupta along with in-charge municipal commissioner Mukesh kumar is leading the meeting. In attendance are deputy commissioners of various zones.
(AMC) Ahmedabad deputy municipal commissioner south zone RA Mehta has been quarantined after his driver tests positive for Covid-19.
Ahmedabad city recorded 336 new cases and 39 deaths on Tuesday — an increase of 33% in cases and 50% in terms of deaths as compared to Monday.
Total 14 persons including 11 prisoners have tested Covid-19 positive in Ahmedabad Central Jail. Deputy superintendent of Jail DV Rana said that earlier 6 had tested positive after they were brought from different police stations of the city to the jail while six other new entrants tested positive on Tuesday.

A special train carrying migrant workers leaves from Sabarmati railway station in Ahmedabad for UP’s Gorakhpur.
The second Shramik special train, carrying around 1200 people, left from Rajkot today for Uttar Pradesh’s Ballia amid coronavirus lockdown.

Five more people test Covid-19 positive in Bhavnagar. First time two people of temple town Palitana tested positive. Total tally of Bhavnagar reaches 81.
Hotels and Restaurants Association (HRA) of Gujarat has sought a six-month tax holiday from the state government, over losses incurred by the tourism and hospitality sector due to the Covid-19 pandemic. In a representation made to the state government recently, HRA Gujarat said the hospitality sector is reeling from a severe working capital crunch.

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