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Sunday, November 22, 2020




Important news for Surat / Tea Russia and Pan-Mawa binders, Galla-lorries will be closed for three days

It has been decided to keep tea lari and pan galla closed for three days from today in Surat Central Zone. The decision has been taken in the wake of crowds on tea lorries and leafy alleys.

The leave of the employees of the corporation has also been canceled. Those who become super spreaders have already been prosecuted. The corporation has taken the decision as part of vigilance. In addition, a meeting was held between the Surat Municipal Commissioner and the Indian Medical Association.

A meeting was held between the Municipal Commissioner and the Indian Medical Association

In which it has been instructed to arrange a reserve bed for Corona in a private hospital. If Corona's case escalates, she is ordered to have a sufficient number of arrangements, including oxygen and a ventilator. A wise plan has also been suggested if the situation worsens in the coming days.

It is to be mentioned that a cowardly situation is being created in Gujarat day by day due to Corona. A record 1,515 people have been infected with the corona in the last 24 hours. This is the first time in Gujarat that a Korona has crossed the 1500 level. With this, the number of corona cases in Gujarat has now reached 1,95,917.

There are currently 13,285 active cases while 95 patients are on a ventilator. The total death toll from Corona with 9 more in the last 24 hours is now 3846. As per the situation of last 24 hours, more than 1 person from Gujarat is being attacked by Corona every minute.

Tea and pan-mawa gela-lorries will be closed for three days

In Gujarat, Surat rose to 29,036 after 277 people were found infected on Saturday, while the death toll rose to 947 with three deaths, an official said.

Officials noted that the number of people discharged during the day was a strong 299, including 181 within the city limits.

"Of the new cases, 173 are within the city limits and the rest are in rural areas. A total of 19,927 people have been discharged so far within the limits of Surat Municipal Corporation, with a recovery rate of 90.4 per cent," he said.

Officials said that Athwa has registered 3 new cases, the number of which has increased to 0100, which is the highest in the zone under SMC.

As far as the rural areas of the district are concerned, Kamaraj taluka is the worst affected, with 1,525 cases including 85 deaths.

SMC officials said the virus was tested on 657 people working in the textile markets here, but no report came positive.

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After announcing a 57-hour weekend curfew in Ahmedabad to curb the rising cases of Kovid-1 of, Aday has now imposed a night curfew in Surat, Vadodara and Rajkot.

Gujarat Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Bhai Patel on Friday said that the night curfew would come into effect from tomorrow and would remain in place till further notice.

The time for the night curfew will be from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., the deputy CMA said.

Ahmedabad lockdown

Authorities on Thursday announced a 57-hour curfew in the municipal area from Friday night to curb the spread of Kovid-1 ste in Ahmedabad city due to the increase in cases. The curfew in Ahmedabad city started at 9 pm on Friday (November 20) and will end at 6 am on Monday (November 23).

The Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) on Friday said that the 600 odd city buses operated by it would not run during the curfew period.

During this "complete curfew", milk, drug stores, municipal services, petrol and gas stations, pharma companies, electrical and water facilities will remain operational and employees involved in their operations will be allowed to move to the possession of valid ID documents. , Said a senior official.

"All applicants for CA, NIC, CSIR, SSC, etc. examinations will be allowed to go and be present in Ahmedabad city if they have valid admit card and ID documents during the two days of curfew," the official said.

Passengers arriving from Ahmedabad airport and railway station will be allowed to move if they have valid tickets and ID proof during the two-day curfew in Ahmedabad city, the official added.


A statement issued by the AMC said a night curfew would be enforced in the city from Monday from 9pm to 6pm.

The city of Ahmedabad has been witnessing a steady rise in cases of coronavirus since the beginning of this month. Out of about 140 daily cases a few months ago, the city is now seeing more than 200 seaweed-19 single-day infections. As many as 230 people from the city were infected with the coronavirus in the 24 hours ending at 5pm on Thursday, the state health department said.

No statewide lockdown: Govt

Earlier in the day, the Gujarat government rejected a new statewide lockdown to end the spread of coronavirus. Chief Minister Vijay Rupani said his government was not prepared to impose a statewide lockdown.

Rupani said a "weekly curfew" would be imposed from Friday night "as a precautionary measure" in the wake of a sudden rise in coronavirus cases in the state's commercial hub.

"Currently, there is no question of imposing lockdown in Gujarat. We have decided to impose weekend curfew only on Saturday and Sunday in Ahmedabad city. '

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