“We have quadrupled the COVID 19 test, which will increase the number of patients in Delhi by 10-15 days,” Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain said on Thursday, adding that coronary heart disease has been on the rise in the capital for some time. There is a possibility. This will help isolate infected cases and have a positive impact on the capital.
Jain said there were 4,47373 new CVD-19 cases in Delhi on Wednesday and the infection rate was 1.15 days and a total of 2,53 tests were done. He said the death rate in the last ten days was 0.7%. He said that at present there are 14,522 beds in Delhi, of which 50% are bedridden patients.
According to the data, the rapidly growing coronavirus (COVD-19) in the capital Delhi has once again raised concerns from the general public to the government. From the active case to the container zone, there is a rapid increase in each case. In Delhi, the infection rate has dropped to 1.15 per cent and the death rate to 2.1 per cent.
45% increase in the number of container zones; 50% increase in home isolation
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‘RT-PCR test increases’ You ‘government, fast antigen test is not correct’
The total number of victims has crossed 230,000 after receiving about 4,500 new cases in Corona in Delhi on Wednesday. At the same time, the death toll rose to 4,839 with 33 more deaths due to the infection. Along with this, the number of active cases has also increased to about 31,000.
According to a health bulletin released by the Delhi government’s health department on Wednesday, where 4,473 new corona patients have been found in the last 24 hours, 33 patients have also died. The health department said the total number of infected people in Delhi was 2,30,29. Arrived at. Today, 3,081 patients in Delhi have fully recovered and gone home.
There have now been 30,914 active cases of coronavirus infection in the capital. At the same time, a total of 1,94,516 patients have fully recovered from the epidemic. The death toll has risen to 4839 so far.
A total of 62,593 tests were taken in Delhi on Wednesday, according to the Delhi Health Department. Of these, 11,275 RTPR / CBNAAT / Trunat tests and 51,318 rapid antigen tests were performed. A total of 2,30,9978 tests have been conducted in Delhi so far and 1,21,5556 out of 1 million people have been tested. Along with this, the number of content zones in the capital has also increased to 1,1637.
Notably, there was a sharp rise in the number of Kovid-19s in Delhi in June, but it declined in July. Medical experts believe that the influx of patients from outside Delhi for treatment, recovery of economic activities, non-wearing of masks by many and non-compliance with the rules of distance from social gatherings have increased the number of cases here in the last few days.