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Corona virus has again hit Delhi after 10 months, cases of infection increases
Corona virus has again hit Delhi after 10 months, cases of infection increases

New Delhi: COVID cases are increasing rapidly in Delhi. After about 10 months, more than one and a half thousand people have been infected with COVID in Delhi within a single day. At the same time, the infection rate has also reached near 28 percent. The news says that on Thursday, 1527 new cases of Kovid were reported in Delhi, while 909 patients were discharged upon recovery and two patients also died. On Wednesday, 5499 people were tested for coronavirus in Delhi, of whom 27.77 percent were also found to be infected.

There are 3962 active cases of COVID in Delhi. Of these, 2212 people are in home isolation, and 223 patients are admitted to the hospital. Of these, 97 patients are admitted in ICU, 12 on ventilator and 59 on oxygen support. At the same time, the increasing cases of Corona have again increased the government's concern in the health department.

Seasonal diseases have added to the problems. With the increasing number of COVID cases in Delhi, seasonal diseases have also added to the problem. Along with the common people, an increasing number of doctors have also started coming under its grip. Many doctors are currently sick in more than 15 hospitals in Delhi, including the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi, the Dr. Ram Manohar Lohias Safdarjung Hospital, the Lady Hardinge Hospital, and the Guru Tegh Bahadur Hospital.

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