India has been hit hard with the second wave of COVID-19 and the country recorded over 3 lakh cases regularly in May. The single-day numbers also breached the 4 lakh mark in May. The single-day numbers have come under control but the death toll remains to be on the high side. On Wednesday (June 9), India recorded its highest single-day fatalities as 6,148 people succumbed to the infection.Gujarat was one of the states which recorded a high number of cases during the second wave. The situation is under control now. Keeping the potential threat of the third wave of the COVID-19, the Ahmedabad administration has started the process to identify vulnerable children.As per a report in ANI, it will help them make arrangements for the children. The team has started screening young children. "We have started screening children in the age group of 0-5 years. We have 206 teams of ASHA and Anganwadi workers. They are surveying around 250 houses per day," Health Officer Sandhya Rathod told ANI."We are maintaining a separate list of children suffering from malnutrition and other severe diseases. In the case of the third wave, we can reverse quarantine the high-risk group. I have five teams in Sanand with two doctors and a female health worker in each team," she added.Talking of COVID-19 numbers, Gujarat recorded 644 cases on Wednesday (June 9). The addition of 644 cases has taken the state's tally to 8,18,351. The death toll moved to 9,965, with 10 people succumbing to the infection. The recovery rate was on the high side as 1,675 people were cured and discharged. In total 7,94,703 people have been cured in the state. The latest numbers suggest that there are 13,683 active cases in Gujarat.. 98 people tested positive in Ahmedabad while 100 positive cases were reported from Surat.