Corona virus: WHO praised Ahmedabad model, gave this important suggestion
Ahmedabad. The Gujarat government on Saturday said that the World Health Organization (WHO) has praised the management of the covid-19 epidemic in Ahmedabad and suggested that the steps taken in the city be implemented as a model in the rest of India and other countries needed. The government said that WHO Chief Scientist Soumya Swaminathan has appreciated the Kovid-19 management in Ahmedabad . According to the state government, WHO has suggested that initiatives such as 'Dhanwantri Rath', '104 fever helpline' and 'Sanjeevani van' for the control and treatment of epidemics in Ahmedabad and active participation of private hospitals in other cities of India as a Nazir And should be adopted abroad. Meanwhile, the number of corona virus probes has also increased in Gujarat.
According to the government, 64,007 people were screened in April, which increased to 3,91,114 in July. According to the government, this is more than three times the figure suggested by the Indian Institute of Medical Research (ICMR). An official release said that the rate of patients recovering in Gujarat is 73.09 percent which is "much higher than other states." According to the release, the death rate from Kovid-19 has come down to 3.97 percent. A total of 7,64,777 samples were tested in Gujarat till 31 July of which 3,91,114 samples were tested in July.