Ahmedabad: 70 ambulances were seen waiting, and there was no room for patients even in the largest hospital in Asia

Ahmedabad: 70 ambulances were seen waiting, and there was no room for patients even in the largest hospital in Asia

The second wave of Corona in the country is spreading on a large scale and cases of neglect are being reported from several places. In Gujarat too, Corona has wreaked havoc in its daily affairs. In Ahmedabad, Gujarat, the place has been scaled down to the largest city hospital in Asia.

Every day, so many patients are discharged that even the 1,200-bed hospital is running short. All hospitals in Ahmedabad have been filled up, as the patient has not been transported anywhere else. The current situation in the Civil Hospital is unimaginable.

Ambulances are waiting for patients

The situation at Ahmedabad Civil Hospital is so bad that 70 ambulances full of patients are parked outside the hospital. The situation here is so frightening that many patients are now only treated in ambulances. The most worrying thing is that the hospital administration is not even able to determine how long these patients can be provided in lieu of hospitalization.

More than 7,000 cases were reported on Wednesday

Daily Corona cases are also increasing rapidly in Gujarat, with the daily death toll breaking all records. The death toll from Corona patients in Gujarat is increasing at a very rapid rate. He knew that there were long queues outside hospitals and crematoriums. The worst hit areas in Gujarat are Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara and Rajkot. On Wednesday, 7,410 cases were reported in the state. The total number of injured here has reached 3,67,616.

73 people died in one day

Speaking of corona deaths in Gujarat, 73 patients lost their lives here in the past 24 hours. Surat and Ahmedabad have the most deaths. The number of deaths due to Kovid-19 in the state has now exceeded five thousand. Apart from this, the number of active patients in the state is 39,250. There are currently 254 patients who are using ventilators.

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