Delhi logs 137 new COVID cases in last 24 hours
11 September, 2022 | Pravina Srivastava
According to a bulletin sent by Delhi Health Department on Saturday, 137 new COVID cases were reported in the nation's capital in the previous 24 hours, with a case positive rate of 1.17 percent.
According to a bulletin sent by Delhi Health Department on Saturday, 137 new COVID cases were reported in the nation’s capital in the previous 24 hours, with a case positive rate of 1.17 percent.
With this, there were 731 current cases in the city. The news states that 194 COVID patients have recovered from the illness in the past 24 hours, bringing the total to 19,74,347.
Throughout this time, no patients died. The city’s death toll stood at 26,491.
However, 22,286 recipients of the countrywide immunisation campaign received shots in the past day. The total number of doses provided to date is 3,67,96,809.
India reported 5,554 new COVID cases in the previous day, according to information provided on Saturday by the Ministry of Health and Family Affairs.
Meanwhile, 53,974 instances are now active in India, which represents 0.11 percent of all cases.
98.7% of cases are presently being recovered. The number of recoveries reached 6,322 on the previous day, bringing the total to 4,39,13,294.
A weekly positivity rate of 1.80% and a daily positivity rate of 1.47 percent have been recorded across the nation.