Ahmedabad extends Covid tally to 31,519 with 173 cases; 3 deaths reported

Topics Ahmedabad | Coronavirus | Gujarat

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The number of COVID-19 cases

in Ahmedabad district rose to 31,519 on Monday with addition of 173 new patients, Gujarat health department said.

With three deaths, the toll went up to 1,731 in the district, it said.

A total of 128 patients were discharged in the day, taking the number of recoveries to 26,362, the health department said.

Of the 173 new cases, 147 infections were reported from Ahmedabad city and 26 from rural areas.

All three fatalities occurred in the city, it added.

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