Rapidly growing corona virus (COVID-19) cases in the capital Delhi have once again raised the concern of everyone from common man to the government. There is a rapid growth in everything from active case to container zone. The rate of infection in Delhi is currently 7.15 percent, while the death rate has come down to 2.1 percent.
After receiving about 4,500 new cases of Corona in Delhi on Wednesday, the total number of infected here has crossed 2 lakh 30 thousand. Today, with the death of 33 more people due to infection, the death toll also increased to 4,839. With this, active cases have also increased to around 31 thousand.
According to the Health Bulletin released by the Health Department of the Delhi Government on Wednesday, where 4,473 new corona patients have been found in the last 24 hours, 33 patients have also lost their lives. The health department said that the total number of infected in Delhi has reached 2,30,269. Today 3081 patients in Delhi fully recovered and went to their home.
‘RT-PCR enhances test’ you ‘government, rapid antigen tests are not accurate’
The total number of # COVID19 cases in Delhi rises to 2,30,269 with 4,473 new positive cases and 33 deaths reported today. The numbers of active and recovered cases are 30,914 and 1,94,516 respectively. Death toll 4,839: Delhi Government pic.twitter.com/jSvlvqqkXY
– ANI (@ANI) September 16, 2020
Today, active cases of corona virus infection have increased to 30,914 in the capital. At the same time, a total of 1,94,516 patients have been completely recovered by beating the epidemic. With this, the death toll has so far reached 4839.
45% increase in number of container zones; Home isolation cases also increased by 50%
According to the Delhi Health Department, a total of 62,593 tests have been conducted in Delhi today. Of these, 11,275 RTPR / CBNAAT / TRUNAT tests and 51,318 rapid antigen tests were performed. A total of 2,30,9578 tests have been conducted in Delhi so far and 1,21,556 tests have been done per 10 lakh people. With this, the number of containment zones in the capital has also increased to 1637.
Significantly, there was a sharp increase in cases of Kovid-19 in Delhi in June, but it slowed down in July. Medical experts believe that the arrival of patients from outside Delhi for treatment, restoring economic activity, not wearing masks of many people and not following the rules of distance from social gathering is the reason for increasing cases here in the last few days It is possible.