Delhi Reports 2,311 New COVID Cases, with a Positive Rate That Is Still Over 10%

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Delhi Reports 2,311 New COVID Cases, and the Positive Ratio Remains Above 10%

The number of Covid cases on a daily basis had surpassed 2,000 for the fourth day in a row.

The positivity rate also went above 10% for the sixth day in a row on this day.

According to information provided by the city health department, Delhi recorded 2,311 Covid cases on Saturday, with a positivity rate of 13.84% and one additional death from the illness.

The number of Covid cases on a daily basis had surpassed 2,000 for the fourth day in a row.

Additionally, this was the sixth straight day that the positivity rate exceeded 10%.

The number of Covid cases in Delhi on Friday was 2,419, the highest number in the previous six months, with a positivity rate of 12.95 percent. Two more people also passed away from the illness.

during Thursday.

With a positivity rate of 11.84 percent and 4 fatalities, the city recorded 2,202 Covid cases.

On February 3, 2,668 cases and 13 fatalities were reported in the nation’s capital.

With a positivity rate of 11.64 percent, Delhi reported 2,073 COVID-19 cases on Wednesday.

The number of fatalities reported on Wednesday reached its highest level since the city’s COVID-19 outbreak on June 25, when six fatalities were reported.

Out of the 16,702 Covid tests that were performed the day before, new cases were discovered on Saturday.

1.506 cases of Covid and three fatalities were reported in Delhi on Tuesday, with a positivity rate of 10.69%.

After the new infections on Saturday, there were 19,67,104 COVID-19 cases in the nation’s capital, with 26,328 deaths.

The positivity rate and the daily Covid case count in the city have both steadily increased over the past week or so.

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