No Covid-related fatality was reported on Monday. The capital has logged only one death due to the infection (on January 9) this month.
Delhi has contributed 8.2% of India's weekly new cases in the week ending August 5 and has also recorded 1.86 times increase in average daily new cases from 802 in the week ending July 29 to 1,492 in in the week ending...
Despite the rise in the positivity rate, the Delhi government is not implementing graded response action plan as hospital admissions are low.
Between July 31-August 13, hospitalisations and deaths almost doubled in Delhi and daily infections touched seven-month highs twice.
Delhi on Monday reported 280 fresh Covid-19 cases with a positivity rate of 4.21 per cent, according to health department data. No new deaths were logged.
While positivity rate has risen, number of daily infections have fallen over the last week.
With the fresh infections and fatalities, Delhi's caseload increased to 19,70,899 and the death toll to 26,336, according to health department's data.
Delhi's Covid-19 positivity rate stands at 1.89% and the active caseload at 1,762.
With 673 fresh cases reported on Saturday, the national capital's overall Covid tally increased to 18,99,745 while the death toll mounted to 26,192.
With the new cases, Delhi's overall Covid-19 infection tally rose to 18,96,171, while the death toll rose to 26,183, according to the latest health...
There are 5,746 active cases in the national capital, down from 5,853 the previous day. The number of containment zones has risen to 1,473 from 1,343 on...
NDMC has decided to arrange separate counters and waiting room for suspected patients along with increasing oxygen supply.
According to the health bulletin, the infection tally in the national capital stands at 18,78,458 and the death toll has reached 26,170.
While new infections rose, the positivity rate dropped to 4.64.
Delhi records 1,094 new Covid-19 cases, two deaths; positivity rate 4.82 per cent, according to authorities.
This was the maximum number of cases recorded in Delhi since February 10 when 1,104 infections were reported.
Officials said availability of all drugs for the treatment of co-morbidities and other medicines related to COVID has also been ensured.
Genome sequencing of 578 samples collected from the deceased showed 560 of them had the Omicron variant.
The Delhi Disaster Management Authority has decided to not close schools but chose to come up with a separate standard operating procedure.
A senior official said that a mask mandate in Delhi is expected as nearby districts of Noida and Ghaziabad have already enforced it.
There are four levels in this plan — yellow, amber, orange, and red. Each level will add to the restrictions of the previous level.
India's COVID-19 tally increased to 4,30,45,527, whereas the national death toll increased to 5,21,966 with one death from Uttar Pradesh.
India on Monday saw a surge of 90 per cent as it reported 2,183 new COVID-19 infections in the last 24 hours.
The 'COVID network prevalence' marks an over 500 per cent increase in the last 15 days, said LocalCircles, the firm that conducted the survey.
Delhi on Friday reported 366 new cases and a positivity rate of 3.95 per cent.
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