Kejriwal govt gets Delhi HC notice, RT-PCR probe to fix price case
Kejriwal govt gets Delhi HC notice, RT-PCR probe to fix price case

New Delhi: The Delhi High Court has sent a notice to the Kejriwal government for its order that the government had fixed a price of Rs 800 for the RT−PCR probe for Corona. A petition filed in the High Court on behalf of the Association of Practising Pathologists claims that the price fixed for RT−PCR is arbitrary and violates many fundamental rights of its members.

There have been 64,069 tests conducted in Delhi in the last 24 hours. There have been 29,441 RT−PCR tests and 34,628 antigen tests conducted in 24 hours. A total of 70,05,476 tests have been conducted in Delhi so far. The number of containment zones in Delhi is 6430. The recovery rate of coronavirus in the national capital has reached above 95% for the first time. The recovery rate is currently 95.23%. That's where the infection rate has reached the lowest level ever. According to the latest data, the corona infection rate in Delhi has reached 2.46%.

It is less than two thousand when it comes to new corona cases. 1575 cases have been registered in the last 24 hours, followed by a total of 6,01,150 coronavirus in Delhi. There are now less than 20,000 corona cases in Delhi. The number of active cases in Delhi has gone up to 18,753. The number of patients is the lowest since September 4.

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