Corona Virus in Delhi: With 4,235 new patients coming out of Kovid-19 in Delhi, the total number of infected in the national capital has increased to 2.18 lakh. According to officials, in the last 24 hours, 29 more Kovid-19 patients have died in Delhi, including 4,744 people have lost their lives in this epidemic. Also Read – SLC vs BAN: Sri Lanka Cricket gave clear answer to BCB, do this work before series
Officials said that this is the fifth consecutive day when more than four thousand cases have been reported in Delhi. It is noteworthy that the maximum number of cases in one day in Delhi came on Saturday, when 4,321 people were confirmed infected. According to the bulletin, 2,18,304 people have been confirmed infected in Delhi so far, of which 1,84,748 patients have become infected or have migrated. Also Read – Hindi Diwas 2020: Corona overshadowed even on Hindi Day, Official Language Department will not celebrate this special day
According to the Health Bulletin released by the Delhi Government, 56,656 samples have been tested in the last 24 hours, out of which 10,116 samples have been tested using RT-PCR / CBNAT / TRUNAT method while 46,540 samples have been tested by Rapid Antigen Testing method. . The maximum number of 60,580 samples was tested in Delhi on Friday while 60,076 samples were tested on Saturday. Also Read – Post Covid Care Advisory: Eat Giloy and Chyawanprash during the Corona period, new protocols issued by the Ministry of Health
Health workers have tested 5.5 lakh samples in the last 13 days. Thus, on an average 42 thousand samples were tested every day. As of 31 August, 15,83,485 samples were tested in Delhi, which increased to 21,39,432 on Sunday. According to the bulletin, the number of samples tested in the last 24 hours is 7.48 percent. However, the confirmed rate of reported infection in total samples tested in Delhi is 10.20 percent.
According to the bulletin, the number of under-treated patients in the city has doubled since the end of August. On August 31 in Delhi, where 14,626 patients were under treatment, on Sunday, this number increased to 28,812. According to the Health Department, there has been a 78 percent increase in the prohibited areas on September 13 as compared to August 31 and it has increased from 833 to 1,488.
During this period, the number of patients admitted to hospitals has increased from 4,146 to 6,503. On 31 August, out of the beds reserved for Kovid-19 patients in Delhi hospitals, 9,999 beds were empty, which has come down to 7,874 on Sunday. It is noteworthy that the Arvind Kejriwal-led government expanded the Kovid-19 investigation facility in Delhi government hospitals, dispensaries and Mohalla clinics at the end of August when infection cases increased. Chief Minister Kejriwal said that the number of investigations will be increased to 40 thousand daily. For this, the government started weekly bazaars, interstate bus terminals and investigation of people coming to Delhi for treatment and work.