Delhi reports, On Tuesday, the coronavirus was found in 44 people in Delhi. With this, the total number of COVID-19 cases in the capital has surpassed 14.40 lakh, with 25,095 deaths. According to the most recent bulletin released by the Delhi health department, no deaths have occurred in the last 24 hours.
So far in November, only three people have died in the city as a result of the virus. The virus claimed the lives of four people just last month.
In the last 24 hours, 52,166 COVID-19 tests were performed, according to a health advisory issued by the Delhi government.
In April and May, Delhi was hit by a devastating second wave of the pandemic, which took thousands of lives and was exacerbated by a lack of oxygen in hospitals.
Delhi had reported 28,395 cases on April 20, the highest number in the city since the outbreak began. The case positive rate reached 36.2 per cent on April 22, the highest level yet.
On May 3, the highest number of deaths, 448, were reported. To avoid a repeat of the crisis that occurred during the second wave of the epidemic in April and May, the Delhi government has been bolstering its healthcare infrastructure.
Steps have been initiated to enhance the number of hospital beds to accommodate up to 37,000 cases per day and to become oxygen self-sufficient.
According to the report, up to 24 patients had recovered in the last 24 hours. In the national capital, the COVID-19 positive rate was 0.08 per cent.
On Monday, Delhi registered 16 cases with a 0.04 per cent positive rate. On Sunday, 36 instances were reported, with a 0.07 per cent positive rate.
The total number of cases in the national capital is 14,40,484, with 14,15,032 patients having been dismissed, migrated, or recovered. There are 357 active cases, with 156 of them in home isolation.