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Corona’s fury continues in Delhi! 20,718 new cases, 30 deaths in last 24 hours; Infection rate 30.64%

New Delhi: The attack of Corona continues in the national capital Delhi. In the last 24 hours, more than 20 thousand cases have been registered in the capital. At the same time, 30 patients have died. The infection rate in the city is 30.64%. This information is given in the statistics of the Department of Health

According to a release issued by the Health Department, 20, 718 new cases have been reported in the national capital on Saturday. After which the total number of active cases has increased to 93,407. The reason for the decrease in daily cases of infection is believed to be due to less investigation in the past.

Meanwhile, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain on Saturday said that the national capital seems to have reached its peak in Covid-19 infections and the government will look at easing restrictions when the cases reach 15,000.

He said, “We can say that Delhi has reached a peak in terms of cases. Cases are starting to drop. Let’s see when the fall comes.”

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24,383 cases were found on Friday

It is noteworthy that 24,383 cases of infection were reported in Delhi on Friday and the infection rate was 30.64 percent while 34 patients died. Since the outbreak of the epidemic, the highest number of cases of infection in a single day were reported on Thursday. On Thursday, 28,867 people were found infected.

Apart from this, 31 patients had died while the infection rate was 29.21 percent. Delhi had the highest number of cases of infection in a single day before Thursday, on April 20 last year when 28,395 people were confirmed infected.

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