COVID-19 pandemic has left world aghast over the large number of incidences within a short span. There are 56,11,597 confirmed cases and 3,48,330 deaths reported globally due to corona virus infection as on 21 June 2020. India is now on the fourth position amongst the worst affected countries with 4,25,827 confirmed cases and a R0 of 1.13. Gujarat which has one of the highest Mortality Rate ... [Show full abstract] (6.09%) is among the top four states
of India with a total of 27,317 confirmed cases and 1,664 reported deaths. In order to contain the surge in infections, it is important to devise an effective strategy which aims at reducing the rate of transmission and preventing its spread, specifically when there is no vaccine and/or treatment available. The present review is focused on the epidemiological study of COVID-19 in the state of Gujarat and suggestive strategies for
management of disease.