Deadly corona rising in Delhi, 6715 new patients found in 24 hours, 66 died in one day after four months


Corona has again gained momentum in Delhi. In the last 24 hours, 6 thousand 715 new cases were reported and 66 people have also died. According to the Delhi Government Health Bulletin, 66 people died of corona earlier on 27 June. That is, 66 people died of corona in one day after four months. On Wednesday, 6 thousand 842 new cases of the corona were reported in Delhi. At the same time, 6 thousand 725 new cases were reported on Tuesday. In the last 12 days, about 516 people have lost their lives due to this epidemic.

There have been a total of 4,16,653 cases of corona in Delhi. At the same time, a total of 6 thousand 769 people have died so far. In Delhi, 5 thousand 289 people have been cured in the last 24 hours and so far, a total of 3,71,155 people have been cured. There are 23,411 patients in home isolation in the capital. Talking about the active case of Corona, it is 38 thousand 729. There have been a total of 49,32,727 Tests so far. The death rate of Corona in Delhi is 1.62% while the recovery rate is 89.08%.

Meanwhile, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said that the current state of the epidemic in the national capital can be called a 'third wave'. Meanwhile, Kovid-19 probes targeted at markets and other crowded locations have been started to strengthen surveillance. When Satyendra Jain was questioned that the cases of Kovid-19 are increasing in Delhi, while there is a decline in other places, he said, "We are vigorously investigating and finding contacts Huh. These can be the reason that daily cases are more. I can't say anything about it in other places. '

Firecrackers banned

At the same time, given the Corona and increasing air pollution in Delhi, on Thursday, CM Arvind Kejriwal has taken a big decision in the review meeting. Given the corona and increasing air pollution, firecrackers have been completely banned in Delhi. There will be no firecrackers (both green and normal) on Diwali. This ban will be on buying and selling crackers. This ban will last from 7 November to 30 November.