Corona is Spreading Again in Delhi, More Than 1900 Cases in Last 24 Hours

Delhi Desk: In the national capital Delhi, there has been a huge surge in the cases of corona virus. During the last 24 hours in the capital Delhi, the period of increase in active cases is continuing due to the decrease in the number of recoveries compared to new cases of corona virus and now their number has crossed eight thousand.

According to a bulletin issued by the Health Department of Delhi on Monday evening, with the arrival of 1,904 new cases and the death of six people in the last 24 hours, the number of infected people in the state has increased to 6,59,619 and the number of dead to 11,012 respectively.

According to the bulletin, 68,805 samples were tested on the previous day. The recovery rate in the state is 97.11 percent. Currently, there are 4,639 corona patients in the city under isolation, most of whom are unaccompanied or under-diagnosed. The number of active cases in the state has increased to 8,032 and the number of prohibited areas to 1849.

Due to the second wave of Corona, India had the highest number of new cases in the world in the last 24 hours. Corona patients are getting the highest number of patients in 8 states of the country. Maharashtra, Karnataka, Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Chhattisgarh have recorded 84.5% of the total cases reported in the country in the last 24 hours.

The Ministry of Health gave this information on Monday. During this period, 53,250 new cases have been reported in the country. 31,643 in Maharashtra, 2914 in Punjab, 2792 in Karnataka, 2279 in Tamil Nadu, 2252 in Gujarat, 1549 in Kerala and 2,323 new patients have been found in Madhya Pradesh. Apart from these, cases of infection are also increasing in the capital Delhi. 1904 Corona positives have been found here in 24 hours.

Delhi Magazine Team

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