2,146 New Covid Cases, 8 Deaths In Delhi, Positivity Rate Spikes To 17.83%
Delhi on Wednesday reported eight coronavirus deaths, the highest in nearly 180 days, and 2,146 new cases with a positivity rate of 17.83%, according to data shared by the health department here. .
The national capital on February 13 reported 12 deaths from the virus disease.
On Tuesday, Delhi reported 2,495 new coronavirus cases with a positivity rate of 15.41% and seven deaths.
The national capital saw 1,372 infections and six deaths on Sunday as the case-positive rate rose to 17.85%, the highest since January 21, it said.
The government did not release the daily health bulletin on Monday.
On January 21, the positivity rate stood at 18.04%.
The health ministry bulletin said Tuesday’s new cases were 12,036 COVID-19 tests.
With new infections and deaths, the death toll in Delhi rose to 19,75,540 and the death toll rose to 26,351.
Delhi has reported 2,423 COVID-19 cases with a positivity rate of 14.97% and two deaths, data updated on Sunday said.
On Saturday, it recorded 2,311 COVID-19 cases with a positivity rate of 13.84% and one death.
On Friday, it recorded 2,419 cases with a positivity rate of 12.95%, while two people died from the disease.
On Thursday, the city recorded 2,202 cases with a positivity rate of 11.84% and four deaths.
On Wednesday, Delhi recorded 2,073 cases of COVID-19 with a positivity rate of 11.64% and 5 deaths.
On June 25, six people succumbed to the evil disease.
The number of active COVID-19 cases in Delhi is 8,205 cases, down from 8,506 cases a day earlier. The bulletin said that up to 5,549 patients are being isolated at home.
Out of 9,405 beds for COVID-19 patients in various hospitals in Delhi, 536 are occupied. It said beds at Covid care centers and Covid medical centers were being vacant.
There are 259 containment zones in the city, it added.
The daily number of COVID-19 cases in Delhi hit a record high of 28,867 on January 13 this year in the third wave of the pandemic.
The city recorded a positivity rate of 30.6% on January 14, the highest in the third wave of the pandemic.
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