According to data from the health department, Delhi recorded 520 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday with a positive rate of 3.44 percent. One more victim died from the virus.
It was a remarkable increase in Delhi’s COVID-19-related cases to 19,42,425, and 26,289 deaths.
According to data, the fresh infections were discovered in 15,114 COVID-19 test results that were performed a day earlier.
On Wednesday, Delhi saw 490 cases of coronavirus with a positive rate of 3.16 Percent and three deaths.
The city had 400 COVID-19 cases on Tuesday with a positive rate of 2.92 percent and one fatality.
On Monday, the city recorded 280 cases of the disease and a positive rate of 4.21 percent.
As of Thursday, only 117 beds were available for COVID-19 patients at Delhi hospitals. According to the bulletin, Covid health and Covid care centers have no beds.
There are now 1,935 active COVID-19 patients in Delhi, compared to 1,966 yesterday. According to the report, as many at 1,318 people are currently under home-isolation.
According to the bulletin, there are currently 233 containment areas in the capital.
Delhi has reported some cases of Omicron’s BA.4 and BA.5 Sub-variants. These sub-variants can be very transmissible. Experts have advised people to not panic because these sub-variants don’t cause severe infections.
During the third wave of pandemics, the daily Covid cases in Delhi reached a record high of 288767 on January 13.
On January 14, the city recorded a positivity rate 30.6 percent, the highest since the third wave pandemic.