New Delhi, Could 13: Amid the disaster of COVID-19 vaccine in Delhi, the nationwide capital continues to witness a dip within the COVID-19 circumstances with simply 10,489 new infections recorded within the final 24 hours, which is the bottom since April 11, based on the well being bulletin by the Delhi authorities launched on Thursday.
The cumulative caseload in Delhi has mounted to 13,72,475, whereas there are nonetheless 77,717 lively circumstances.
The positivity charge has come all the way down to 14.24 per cent, which is the bottom since April 13.
As many as 308 individuals succumbed to COVID-19 within the final 24 hours. The demise toll within the nationwide capital now stands at 20,618. The cumulative fatality charge is at 1.50 per cent.
A complete of 73,675 exams together with 58,709 RT-PCR/CBNAAT/True Nat check and 14,966 Fast antigen exams had been performed within the nationwide capital within the final 24 hours. The cumulative variety of exams performed in Delhi stands at 1,81,01,281.
In response to the well being bulletin, 74,654 beneficiaries had been vaccinated within the final 24 hours. Out of those, 74,654 obtained their first dose and 74,654 took their second jab. The cumulative variety of beneficiaries vaccinated within the nationwide capital to this point is 42,22,308.
Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, earlier within the day, knowledgeable that the positivity charge of the town went as much as 36 per cent over the past three weeks and began witnessing a dip from final week.
Delhi has been below a lockdown since April 19 in view of surging COVID-19 infections, which has been prolonged until Could 17.
In the meantime, a number of vaccination facilities the place Covaxin is being administered within the nationwide capital on Thursday remained closed for the age group of 18-44 years on account of its non-availability.
Sisodia has requested the Centre to allot its surplus oxygen to different states in want, because the nationwide capital’s demand for life-saving fuel has lowered to 582 metric tonnes (MT).
“In the present day, after evaluation of the COVID-19 scenario, Delhi’s oxygen want is 582 MT per day. As a accountable authorities, we are going to give the excess oxygen to the states who want it,” stated Sisodia.
(ANI/2 days in the past) https://www.newkerala.com/more-news.php