Delhi Coronavirus case: all broken records of corona virus in Delhi, 6725 new cases in a day for the first time

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A record-breaking patient of Corona virus has emerged in the capital on Tuesday. According to the Health Department, 6,725 infected americans were confirmed to be found in a single day on Tuesday in Delhi. With these new patients, more than 4 lakh corona-affected patients have been found in Delhi so far. For the first time in Delhi, more than six and a half thousand people have been found corona infected in a day. On Tuesday, 48 patients died due to infection.

On Tuesday, 11.29 per cent of corona infections have been found in 59,440 samples examined in Delhi. Experts have expressed concern over rising infection rates. However, the relief news is that in the last one day 3610 patients were also discharged. With this, the total number of infected patients has reached 4,03,096 in Delhi, out of which 3,600,69 patients have been cured while 6652 people have died.

The corona virus infection rate so far has increased to 8.36 percent in Delhi. According to the Health Department, there have been 36,375 active patients in the capital out of which 21,521 patients are undergoing treatment in their homes. 6798 patients are in hospitals. So far, 48,21,5,23 samples have been investigated in Delhi. 2,53,764 people have been screened per 10 lakh population. With this, the number of containment zones in Delhi has increased to 3453. Corona virus death rate has been recorded at 1.65 percent in Delhi.

Earlier, more than 4,000 new cases of corona were reported in Delhi on Monday. According to the Health Bulletin released by the Health Department of the Delhi Government on Monday, where 4,001 new corona patients were found in 24 hours, 42 people also lost their lives. Thus on Monday, the total number of infected in Delhi was 3,96,371. On Monday, 4,824 patients were fully recovered in Delhi.

The Union Home Ministry got into action as soon as the condition of corona virus in the capital became uncontrollable. As part of a routine process, Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla on Monday reviewed the situation in Corona in Delhi. Regarding the growing case in Delhi, the Union Home Ministry had said that the administration is focusing on investigation, contact tracing and treatment. The availability of beds in hospitals is comfortable, out of 15,789 beds dedicated to Kovid-19, 57 percent are empty. Dedicated beds are also empty. The Home Ministry had said that the increase in Kovid-19 cases in Delhi is due to greater movement of people in the festive season, due to negligence in precautions related to Kovid behavior.

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