New COVID Cases in India Go Above 3,600 As Infections Continue to Surge in Delhi.
The rush has come as Coronavirus cases in Delhi continue to rise, with the national capital recording 1,607 new infections on Friday.
New Delhi: In the middle of the rise in Covid-19 patients in the national capital. There have been 1009 new cases that were recorded in New Delhi on Wednesday, a 60 per cent jump from a day ago, while 314 patients have been cured and one death was noted, as per the government health bulletin. According to the data that was gained, out of the total 9,737 beds in hospitals, only 91 beds are full, which is about 0.93 per cent. At the same time, 0.64 per cent of beds with oxygen facilities, 0.91 per cent in ICU and 1.03 per cent of ventilator beds are filled. The availability of medical oxygen because of April 19 is more than 991 MT, against 730 MT on May 31 last year.
Officials said on Wednesday that the situation was completely under control. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal closely monitors the infection situation. He is in constant touch with top officials to ensure that the infection remains under control and that all preparations are in place to hand out any trouble. India on Saturday reported 3,688 new coronavirus infections, 2,755 recoveries, and 50 deaths in 24 hours. As per the Union health ministry data, India’s infection score rose to 4,30,72,176, while the active cases increased to 18,684.
The New Delhi government has made it compulsory for people to wear masks. Those violating this rule will be fined Rs 500. This decision was taken in the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) meeting. Apart from this, a decision has been taken not to close the schools. The separate (SOP) Standard Operating Procedure will be implemented soon based on the advice taken from experts for running the schools.
Earlier this Sunday, Education had sought data of all the Covid-19 infected staff and students from all the schools in Delhi, and schools have been asked to update the same in Google Form. It is being said that all this data is being collected for the meeting of the DDMA.On Friday, India reported 3,377 new COVID infections, 2,496 recoveries, and 60 deaths.
The ministry data updated at 8 am, which showed that the total recoveries were 4,25,33,377, while the death toll climbed to 5,23,803. The active cases consist of 0.04 per cent of the total infections caused, while the national COVID-19 recovery rate has remained at 98.74 per cent. The country’s daily COVID positivity percentage was reported to be at 0.74 per cent, and the weekly positivity percentage at 0.66 per cent.
188.89 crore vaccine doses have already been administered under the Nationwide Vaccination Drive. Delhi registers Over 1,000 Fresh COVID Cases For Eight Consecutive Days, Positivity Rate of 5.28%
Coronavirus cases in New Delhi continue to rise with speed, with the national capital recording 1,607 new infections on Friday, up from the other day (1,490). Meanwhile, the city saw two COVID-related deaths and 1,246 recoveries in the past 24 hours.
With this, the positivity rate in New Delhi now stands at 5.28 per cent.
Currently, 139 COVID-19 positive patients are hospitalised in Delhi, while the number of COVID patients treated in home isolation is at 3,863, health department data showed.
It was the eighth consecutive day that the capital registered over 1,000 new cases in a day. The total number of patient recoveries has reached 18,48,526. Overall COVID-19 score in the national capital rose to 18,81,555, and the death toll was 26,174, the health bulletin stated.
On Thursday, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said that though COVID-19 cases have increased in the capital, the situation is not difficult as people are not developing severe diseases, and the hospitalisation percentage is low. He attributed the low hospitalisation percentage to vaccinations and naturally acquired immunity.
Meanwhile, Maharashtra stated 148 new coronavirus cases on Friday, a bulk of them in Mumbai, while two more patients that are succumbed to the infection in the state. With this, Maharashtra’s COVID-19 score rose to 78,77,577, while the death toll increased to 1,47,842. Among the 148 new coronavirus cases in Maharashtra, Mumbai has given 93 COVID points in 24 hours. Overall, the COVID-19 tally in the national capital rose to 18,81,555, and the demise toll was 26,174.
On Thursday, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain mentioned that although COVID-19 cases have elevated in the capital, the situation isn’t difficult because individuals are not growing extreme illness and hospitalisation price is low. He attributed the low hospitalisation price to vaccinations and naturally acquired immunity.
Meanwhile, Maharashtra has shown148 recent coronavirus cases on Friday, a bulk of them in Mumbai, when the two extra sufferers succumbed to an infection in the state. With this, Maharashtra’s COVID-19 score rose to 78,77,577, while the demise toll elevated to 1,47,842.
Just a month after External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar raised the issue. China has declared to given some of the student’s permission to return to India, their country, for over two years following visa and flight restrictions imposed by Beijing after the pandemic. Also, China is facing a” tsunami” of Omicron. On Friday, a senior official stated that the country has reported over 20,000 Covid19- cases, with its largest city Shanghai continuing to reel under lockdown for over three weeks.
While over 21 million people in the capital Beijing underwent a third nucleic acid test in the middle of the growing list of “high-risk areas.” The country is trying its best to fight off this fourth wave of COVID taking better measures to prevent the situation from worsening. Being the capital city, it showcases more of the rising patients because it’s the place where most people come to visit or because of any other kind of reason.