Delhi on Friday saw a sharp decrease in the number of new COVID-19 infections as it detailed 238 new Coronavirus cases and 24 fatalities in the last 24 hours, according to UT's health department. The new augmentations took the COVID-19 case count to 1,430,671 and casualties to 24,772, according to the latest information.
The decrease in new cases and passings in the Capital comes after expanded COVID-29 RT-PCR testing. Around 77,112 subjects were tested for Covid-19 on Friday in contrast with more than 75,000 tests done on Thursday, according to the state information.
The Covid positivity rate, which was an incredible worry for Delhi, particularly in the long stretch of May, tumbled to 0.31 percent on Friday. The positivity rate diminished by 0.10 rate on Thursday. State Health Department recently reported the active caseload in Delhi to be 3,922.
As per recent reports, CM Kejriwal is looking forward to curbing lockdown restrictions further as Delhi is now out of danger. AAP Leader Atishi Marlena has reported that over 30% of Delhi's population (age group 18-45) has been vaccinated with the first dose Coronavirus vaccine.