As many as 334 coronavirus ‘super-spreaders’ have been found in Ahmedabad so far, and it is the main reason for the order to keep shops of groceries and vegetables closed till May 15, officials said on Sunday.‘Super-spreaders’ are the infectious disease carriers who could transmit the pathogen to a large number of people.They could be vegetable vendors, grocery and milk shop owners, petrol pump attendants or garbage collectors, who by the nature of their job carry the risk of getting infected and infecting others.Till Saturday, Gujarat reported 7,797 coronavirus positive cases and 472 deaths. Of these, Ahmedabad alone has reported 5,540 cases and 363 deaths.An official here said they believe there are around 14,000 high-risk potential super-spreaders in the city, and they have decided to screen all of them in next three days.A similar exercise has also been undertaken in the suburbs and rural areas of the district, he said.The Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) started targeting such people from April
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