There will not be a lockdown in Delhi

There will not be a lockdown in Delhi, the country’s capital. Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain has put all speculation to a halt by saying this. Jain said, “I don’t think re-lockdown will be an effective step, it will be more beneficial for everyone to wear masks.”

Satyendra Jain said that the peak of the third wave of corona has passed in Delhi, the third wave is now gradually decreasing. The positivity rate in June was 37% on average. The third wave has an average positivity rate of 15, which is now gradually decreasing.
Jain said that 3235 positive cases were reported in Delhi yesterday. 7606 patients were cured. There were 95 deaths. At present, 8700 beds are full and 7900 are empty in Delhi.

There will not be a lockdown in Delhi
There will not be a lockdown in Delhi

Let us tell you that 3235 infected of Corona virus were confirmed in Delhi on Sunday. While 95 people succumbed to the infection. 21098 investigations were conducted in the capital on Sunday. This included 9221 RT-PCR probes and 11877 rapid antigen probes. Delhi currently has a positivity rate of 15.33 percent. On Sunday, 7606 patients were discharged.

A total of 54,49,570 investigations have been conducted in Delhi so far. A total of 4,85,405 infected people have been confirmed so far in the capital. Out of this, 4,37,801 patients have become healthy. So far 7614 patients have died due to corona virus. Delhi currently has a total of 39,990 active patients. Of these, 27089 patients are in home isolation. The total number of containment zones in the capital has increased to 4358.