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Corona cases became uncontrollable in Delhi, CM Kejriwal called for an emergency meeting
Corona cases became uncontrollable in Delhi, CM Kejriwal called for an emergency meeting

New Delhi: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has called for an emergency meeting on the cases of Corona infection growing in Delhi for the last few days. The meeting will also be attended by Health Minister Satyendar Jain and Chief Secretary of Delhi. The Health Minister, Chief Secretary and all the high officials of the Ministry of Health will be present in this important review meeting. This meeting has been called at 11 am.

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On Tuesday, 1,544 new cases of coronavirus were reported in the capital and 17 people died. This is the first time in more than a month more than 1,500 cases of infection have been registered in the city. It is worth mentioning that the situation in the capital of Delhi was very much under the control of coronavirus, but once again the rate of infected samples has increased by two percent in the last seven days.

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Initially, this rate of infection was more than 25 percent. All the districts of Delhi were in the Red Zone. In the last one month, this rate has come down by more than 10 percent. According to data from the Delhi Health Department, the infection rate was recorded at 8.90 percent last Monday, compared to 6.77 percent on August 18. Earlier this month, active cases had come down to 9,897, but now reached 11,626.

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