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More than 400 cases of corona in Delhi for the third consecutive day, death of 3 patients also increased concern

More than 400 new cases of Kovid-19 have been reported in the national capital Delhi for the third consecutive day on Saturday, which has deepened the concern. On Saturday, 419 new Corona cases have been found in the state. Earlier in Delhi, 409 cases of corona were reported on Thursday, while 431 new cases were found on Friday.

According to the Health Bulletin released on Saturday, 419 new cases of corona virus have been reported in Delhi during the last 24 hours, after which the total number of corona cases in Delhi has increased to 6,43,289. According to the bulletin, three people lost their lives in the capital during the last 24 hours due to corona, after which the total number of deaths due to infection has reached 10,939.

A total of 74,326 corona tests were conducted in Delhi during the last 24 hours, after which the total number of tests conducted so far has been 1,32,27,870. The positivity rate has been recorded at 0.56 percent. During this period, 302 people have also been cured, after which the number of people who have been cured in Delhi has reached 6,30,143. The number of active cases on Saturday increased from 2,093 to 2,207.

According to the Health Department, the reserve for corona virus patients in the national capital is 5,129 empty out of a total of 5,711 beds. A total of 1,204 patients have been placed in isolation at home. At present, the number of containment zones in Delhi is 518.

Delhi’s Health Minister Satyendar Jain said, “Delhi’s positivity rate is very low compared to Maharashtra and Kerala. The Delhi government is fully prepared to deal with the epidemic. The city has enough beds available to treat patients. Panic. No need. We are ready for this. “

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