The Corona epidemic in Delhi (COVID-19) in festive weather has once again made people fear of lockdown due to uncontrollable. After nearly three and a half months in Delhi, once again, more than 1250 new cases of corona have been reported, the total number of infected patients has crossed 6.51 lakhs. With this, now the positivity rate has also increased to 1.52 percent. Today 6 more patients died of corona infection. With this, now the Containment Zone has also increased again to close to 1000.
According to the Health Bulletin released by the Health Department of the Delhi Government on Wednesday, in the last 24 hours where 1254 new patients of Corona have been found and 6 patients have died. Today 769 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 reached 6,51,227. Today, 2560 patients are in home isolation. On Tuesday, 1101 new cases of Korana virus were reported in Delhi.
Now active cases of Corona virus infection have also increased to 4,890 in the capital. At the same time, a total of 6,35,364 patients have become corona free by defeating this epidemic. With this, the death toll has so far risen to 10,973.
Delhi reports 1254 new # COVID19 cases, 769 recoveries and 6 deaths.
Total cases 6,51,227
Total recoveries 6,35,364
Death toll 10,973
Active cases 4890 pic.twitter.com/p4aEFeWqu4
– ANI (@ANI) March 24, 2021
According to the Delhi Health Department, today a total of 82,331 tests have been done in Delhi. Of these, 52,224 RTPR / CBNAAT / TRUNAT tests and 30,107 rapid antigen tests were performed. A total of 14,056,463 tests have been conducted in Delhi so far and 7,39,813 tests have been done per 10 lakh people. With this, the number of containment zones in Delhi has now reached 976.
No public celebrations on Holi-Navratri, Shab-e-Barat in Delhi
Amid rising cases of corona virus, the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) also ordered on Tuesday that celebrations will not be celebrated in public in the national capital during the upcoming festivals like Holi and Navratri. Delhi Chief Secretary Vijay Dev directed the officers to strictly follow the order. Vijay Dev said in the order that all concerned officials will ensure that crowds do not gather during the upcoming festival of Holi, Shab-e-Baaraat, Navratri etc. and festivals are not celebrated in public in the capital Delhi.