Corona cases in Delhi: In the national capital Delhi, there is a continuous increase in corona cases. Today, more than 17,000 cases have been confirmed, which is the highest number of new cases of coronavirus since May 8, 2021. As of May 8, there were 17,364 cases.
According to data released by the Delhi health department around 8:15 p.m., there have been 17,335 cases. With this, the infection rate increased to 17.73 percent. 97,762 tests were performed in the last 24 hours. At the same time, 9 patients died and 8,951 people recovered from the infection.
So far, 1,506,798 patients have been infected with the crown in the city and among them, 1,441,789 people have recovered from the infection. At present, there are 39,873 active patients.
due to the corona In the first seven days of January in Delhi, 29 people died from infection with the corona virus. These deaths came amid an increase in Covid cases largely due to the nature of Omicron.
Earlier today, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said Delhi initially saw an increase in cases of infection as most international flights arrived in the capital. Jain told reporters: “This is why we have put in place stricter measures than other states to prevent the spread of the corona virus infection. Some may say it is not necessary, but it’s better than regretting it later.
Jain said: “I can give you the numbers I have. About 31,498 patients are under treatment in Delhi and only 1,091 patients are treated in hospitals. Last time there were the same number of cases, so there were around 7,000 patients admitted to hospitals. Satyendra Jain said any patient in home isolation can be released after 7 days after testing positive if they have no symptoms for 3 consecutive days. He is not. necessary to retest the patient.
Non-essential markets / complexes and malls have been allowed to open between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. on an odd-even basis. According to the new order, only one authorized weekly market (with a capacity of 50%) will be able to be played in each zone each day.