With 12,527 new cases in the last 24 hours, COVID-19 is ebbing in Delhi

Coronavirus cases have begun to decline in Delhi, with the national capital recording 12,527 new cases in the last 24 hours.

The number of coronavirus cases in Delhi has started to decline, with 12,527 new cases reported in the last 24 hours. According to the Delhi health bulletin, COVID-19 claimed the lives of 24 people in the NCR on Monday.

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With the decrease in daily new cases, the number of active cases in the city decreased to 83,982, with a positivity rate of 27.99 percent. While the recovery rate in Union territory increased to 93.65%, with a total of 16,13,128 recoveries. Currently, 68,275 COVID patients are in home isolation. In Delhi, 44,762 COVID tests were performed, including 39,767 RT-PCR tests.

The COVID-19 curve will begin to bend in the national capital now, according to Delhi’s Health Minister Satyendar Jain, as COVID-19 cases have reached their peak. The number of daily cases is expected to decrease in the coming days. When asked about the reduced testing in the capital, the health minister clarified that Delhi performs more tests per day than the ICMR guidelines require.


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India’s COVID-19 situation

In the last 24 hours, India registered 2,58,089 new COVID-19 cases, a slight decrease. Following this, the total number of COVID-19 infections in the country reached 3,73,80,253, with 16,56,341 active cases. Active infections account for 4.43 percent of all infections. There have been 8,209 total Omicron cases discovered so far, up 6.02 percent from yesterday. The percentage of people who were positive was 19.65%.

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COVID led to the recovery of 1,51,740 people, bringing the total number of recoveries to 3,52,37,461. As a result, the rate of recovery has risen to 94.27 percent. According to the Health Ministry, COVID has claimed the lives of around 385 people, bringing the total death toll to 4,86,451.

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On Sunday, India completed a year of vaccination against COVID-19. The first dose was given to 90 percent of the population in exactly 365 days, and the second dose was given to 60 percent of the population as well. Not only that, but a vaccination drive for children has also begun, as has the administration of the ‘precautionary’ dose to the general public.

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