Already reeling with COVID-19 cases, Ahmedabad marked further with overwhelming precipitation
There is as of now such a great amount of occurring in India at present because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The emergency is a long way from being over across the nation has the nation's general count has just flooded past the 26-lakh mark. Then again, the loss of life is additionally over the 50,000-mark.
Discussing the most-influenced urban areas, Ahmedabad, Pune, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Mumbai, Delhi-NCR, and so on keep on signifying the general count with an ascent in cases at standard stretches. Then again, various urban areas are managing different issues also because of the climatic change.
In such manner, Ahmedabad saw overwhelming precipitation on Monday evening, leaving the Parimal Garden underpass immersed. Also, it added to the loss of life in the state as seven individuals were killed in downpour related episodes in Gujarat, over the most recent two days. Underscoring more, a sum of 74 dams are filled upto 70-80 percent of their ability. In the interim, 87 dams are holding under 70 percent of water against their ability, according to the administration.
In this manner, this has again added to the city's troubles, where the COVID-19 emergency stays predominant. Discussing the city's numbers concerning the infection, it read 29,162 by and large cases with 158 expansion on Monday (August 17). Uncovering more, the loss of life is as of now 1,662 with three additional setbacks, then again, the recuperated cases remain at 24,064.
As of late, a stunning occurrence approached in Gujarat's Ahmedabad. The city's cops assaulted a lodging - a COVID-care focus, where two companions, including a coronavirus understanding, were caught for completing an alcohol party in the inn.
"Despite the fact that it was a Covid care focus, inn staff didn't keep a beware of individuals going into the room of a Covid understanding. Police came to think about the gathering and discovered the team in the act," an official of Vastrapur police told TOI.