Delhi recorded 3,827 recent coronavirus cases on Friday, taking its caseload to over 2.64 lakh, whereas 24 fatalities pushed the demise toll to five,147, authorities mentioned.
The metropolis’s an infection tally stands at 2,64,450, whereas there are 30,867 positive cases.
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There are a complete of two,124 containment zones within the nationwide capital.
Health Minister Satyendar Jain held a gathering with medical administrators and superintendents of all Delhi govt hospitals to evaluate the standing of testing.
A complete of 59,134 exams had been carried out the day prior to this. The positivity rate in Delhi stands at 6.47 per cent.
The chief secretary additionally held a evaluate assembly with all district magistrates on COVID-19administration.
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