Corona cases increasing continuously in Delhi, 153 new cases found on Sunday, infection rate crosses 9%

Delhi Corona Cases: The cases of coronavirus in Delhi have started increasing again slowly. According to the data released by the Health Department of Delhi Government, on March 26, 153 new cases of corona have come in Delhi. At the same time, the corona infection rate has increased to 9.13 percent, although it is a matter of pride that no patient died due to corona. According to the Health Department data, earlier on Saturday, 139 cases were registered in Delhi with an infection rate of 4.98 percent. On Friday, 152 cases were found with an infection rate of 6.66 percent, whereas on Thursday, 117 cases were reported with an infection rate of 4.95 percent. Cases were registered in three digits in Delhi last October.

Amid the sharp rise in H3N2 influenza cases in the country, Delhi also witnessed a rise in the number of new Covid cases in the last few days. 84 in the national capital on Wednesday with an infection rate of 5.08 percent. Corona virus Cases were registered, while 83 cases were registered on Tuesday with an infection rate of 5.83 percent. After the arrival of new cases, the total number of cases of Kovid-19 in the national capital has increased to 20,08,732, while the total death toll has increased to 26,524. The health department data also showed that 1,675 tests were conducted on Saturday.

1,890 new cases registered across the country

Let us tell you that according to the Union Health Ministry’s Sunday data, 1,890 new cases of Kovid-19 were registered in India in the last 24 hours, which is more than the previous day’s 1,590 cases. India’s total active caseload has increased to 9,433, which is 0.02 percent of the total cases. During the same period, seven deaths have been reported in the country, two each in Gujarat and Maharashtra and three in Kerala, taking the death toll to 5,30,831.

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