- 128 new cases of corona in 24 hours
- A patient died during this time
- 157 corona patients recover in 24 hours
There is a decrease in the cases of Coronavirus Cases in Delhi in the national capital. In the last 24 hours, 128 new cases of COVID-19 have been reported. During this time one patient has died and 157 patients have been cured. The total number of corona cases in Delhi has increased to 6,38,028. So far 10,901 patients have died. At the same time, 6,26,086 people who have been affected by this disease have been cured. The death rate from Corona in Delhi is 1.71 percent. The number of containment zones is 637.
So far, 1,20,14,182 sample tests of Corona have been done in Delhi. In 24 hours, 42,242 sample tests were conducted, including 31,234 RT-PCR tests and 11,008 rapid antigen tests. The number of active patients in the capital has increased to 1041. 471 patients are in home isolation. The rate of active corona cases has been 0.16 percent. The recovery rate is 98.12 and the corona infection rate is 0.3 percent.
Maharashtra: Uddhav government in ‘alert mode’ after Corona’s case increases, rules tightened in many districts
Significantly, in Maharashtra, the speed of Corona cases is once again being seen. On Sunday, 6,971 new cases of coronavirus were reported in Maharashtra, after which the total number of infected people in the state increased to 21,00,884. Maharashtra Food and Civil Supplies Minister Chhagan Bhujbal said on Monday that he has been found infected with corona. Bhujbal is the seventh minister to be infected with Kovid-19 this month.
The number of active patients has seen the biggest jump since the end of November in the country.
In addition to Maharashtra, cases of infection are increasing daily in Kerala, Punjab, Chhattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh. Amidst the rapid increase in coronavirus cases, the Tamil Nadu government said on Monday that surveillance has been increased in the border districts adjoining Kerala and RT-PCR testing has been made necessary for all those arriving by flights. Passengers coming from Britain, Brazil and South Africa must undergo RT-PCR testing.
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