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    Covid 19 cases crossed 2000 mark in Vadodara after 44 new cases on Thursday. The total number of cases now reaches 2042.

    Total 101 patients discharged from hospital which takes the total to 1456. Total number of confirmed deaths stands at 50. As mentioned  the names, address and other details of patients are not declared from 1st June onwards.

    The new cases are from Akota village, Fatepura, Wadi, Mandvi, Karelibaug, R.V. Desai road, Warasia, Ajwa road, O.P. road, Diwalipura, Gotri, Harni road, Vadsar, Gorwa, Salatwada, Nagarwada, Navapura, Atladara, Sunpharma road, Manjalpur and Padra, Waghodia, Bajwa, Undera from rural.

    Out of the 253 samples collected in one day, 44 are positive and rest 209 comes out as negative.

    Out of 536 admitted patients, 383 are stable, 121 on Oxygen and 32 on Ventilator/BI PAP support. Till date 1456 patients were discharged from hospital after full recovery.

    Total 914 people are under home and private facility quarantine in Vadodara. The list of deaths stands at 50 as declared after the audit by death audit committee.

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