According to the Delhi Government’s Health Bulletin, till Monday, 29,92,824 people have been given the Corona Vaccine dose in Delhi.
Coronavirus in Delhi is not taking the name of being less in the country’s capital Delhi. In Delhi, the cases of infection are increasing rapidly. According to data released on Monday by Delhi Government, 20,201 new cases of corona infection have been reported in the last 24 hours and 380 patients have died, which is the highest ever. With this, the number of positive cases in Delhi has increased to 10,47,916 and the number of deaths from Corona has increased to 14,628.
Delhi has the lowest test report for the month of April on Monday, so there are less cases of infection but positive rate (Positivity Rate) Is too much. The positivity rate in the capital is running above 35 percent (35.02 percent). At present, the number of active cases in Delhi is 92,358, that is, 92,358 patients are being treated. With this, the rate of active cases in the capital has increased to 8.81 percent.
22,055 patients recovered in last 24 hours
Apart from all this, in Delhi, 22,055 patients have been cured of this disease in the last 24 hours and so far 9,40,930 people in the city have defeated this deadly disease. Delhi’s recovery rate has been recorded at 89.79 percent. At the same time, the death rate due to corona has reached 1.40 percent. In the last 24 hours, there have been 57,690 Corona Tests in Delhi and 1,68,39,549 Corona Tests have been done in the capital so far, of which 38,786 RT-PCR Tests and 18,904 Antigen Tests have been done.
29,92,824 people have been vaccinated in Delhi
According to the Health Bulletin of the Delhi Government, till Monday, 29,92,824 people have been given the Corona Vaccine dose in Delhi. So far in Delhi, 24,14,924 people have been given the first dose of vaccine and 5,77,900 people have been given the second dose of vaccine. In Delhi, in the last 24 hours, 43,637 people were vaccinated with the Corona vaccine, out of which 31,888 people were given the first vaccine and 11,749 people were given the second dose of the vaccine. At present there are 29,104 containment zones in Delhi and currently 52,733 patients are in home isolation. There are currently 20,487 beds in hospitals in Delhi, out of which 18,831 beds are filled and 1,656 beds are vacant.
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