The corona epidemic (COVID-19) is again seen to form a macabre in Delhi. The number of infected infections is increasing day by day creating new records. After more than three months in Delhi, on Tuesday, once again, more than 1100 new corona patients were found, the total number of infected people has crossed 6.49 lakhs. With this, now the positivity rate has also increased to 1.31 per cent. Today 4 more patients died of corona infection. 888 cases were reported on Friday.
According to the Health Bulletin issued by the Health Department of Delhi Government on Saturday, in the last 24 hours, where 1101 new patients of Corona have been found and four patients have also lost their lives. Earlier, on December 20, 1139 cases were reported.
Today, 620 patients in Delhi have returned to their homes after getting corona free. The health department said that the total number of infected people in Delhi has so far been 6,49,973. Today, 2316 patients are in home isolation.
In the capital, now active cases of corona virus infection have also increased once again to 4,411. At the same time, a total of 6,34,595 patients have become corona free by defeating this epidemic. With this, the death toll has so far risen to 10,967.
Delhi reported 1,101 fresh COVID19 cases, 620 recoveries and 4 deaths in the last 24 hours; case tally at 6,49,973 pic.twitter.com/jTFrCqLTVV
– ANI (@ANI) March 23, 2021
According to Delhi Health Department, today a total of 84,237 tests have been done in Delhi. Of these, 52,099 RTPR / CBNAAT / TRUNAT tests and 32,138 rapid antigen tests were performed. A total of 13,974,132 tests have been conducted in Delhi so far and 7,35,480 tests have been done per 10 lakh people. With this, the number of containment zones in Delhi has now reached 871.
From April 1, people over 45 years of age will get vaccinated
The central government announced on Tuesday that from April 1, all people over the age of 45 in the country will be eligible to get the anti-Kovid-19 vaccine. It is to be noted that earlier people suffering from serious diseases above the age of 45 years were eligible to be vaccinated. Now, all people above 45 years of age will be able to get Kovid-19 vaccine. The anti-Kovid-19 vaccination campaign in the country started on 16 January and the first vaccine was given to health workers including doctors. Subsequently, personnel stationed on the front against Kovid were brought under vaccination campaign. On March 1, in the next phase, people over 60 years of age and those above 45 years suffering from serious diseases were brought under vaccination.