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At the same time, in case of investigation, the infection rate has been found to be less than five percent on the eighth consecutive day and in this also the rate of sample found infected through RT PCR is being recorded less than 10 percent from eight days.
According to Delhi Health Department, 2463 infected patients have been reported in the last one day. On Tuesday, 72,079 samples have been tested in Delhi, out of which 3.42% samples have been found corona infected. In addition 4177 patients have been discharged. While the death toll is 50. The death toll in Delhi has been the lowest since November 1. Talking about the last 10 days, 2.27 percent patients have died in Delhi, which is the highest compared to other states.
With this, the total number of infected patients in the capital has reached close to 6 lakhs. So far, 5,69,216 patients out of a total infected 5,99,575 have become healthy. While 9813 people have died. Due to the decrease in the number of infected patients for the last eight days, the number of active patients has also come down to 20,546.
Of these, 12,186 patients are in home isolation. While other patients are undergoing treatment in hospitals. According to the Delhi government, about two percent (40) of the patients admitted to hospitals are in critical condition.
Delhi reports 2,463 new #COVID19 cases, 4,177 recoveries and 50 deaths today.
Total cases 5,99,575
Total recoveries 5,69,216
Death toll 9,813
Active cases 20,546 pic.twitter.com/r32RHJUODu
– ANI (@ANI) December 9, 2020
Health Minister Satyendar Jain said that the infection rate in Delhi in the last one day was 3.42%. The rate has been less than five per cent for the last eight days. Apart from this, 32,976 samples have been tested through RT PCR in the last one day. 6.46% of these samples have been found to be corona infected.
That is, even after testing with RT PCR technique, the infection rate remains below 10 percent. Apart from this, more than 50 people were dying daily in Delhi since November 1. There was a lot of discussion about this, but due to the efforts of the government, this figure has been decreasing for the past one week and now the lowest deaths have been recorded on the 39th day.