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Delhi reports 632 new COVID cases, positivity rate touches 4.42% in last 24 hours – Firstpost

Delhi's COVID-19 positivity rate on Monday stood at 7.72 percent as the city recorded 501 fresh cases
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New Delhi: The national capital on Tuesday reported as many as 632 fresh COVID-19 infections with a positivity rate of 4.42 per cent, the Delhi Health Department informed.
Previously, Delhi’s COVID-19 positivity rate on Monday stood at 7.72 per cent as the city recorded 501 fresh cases.
With the cases logged in today, the city’s total COVID-19 cases rose up to 18,69,683 of which 1,947 are active cases.
Moreover, as many as 414 patients recovered from COVID-19 thereby taking the total recoveries to 18,41,576 in the city.
The city health department further informed that no fatalities from coronavirus were reported on Tuesday. With this, the death toll stood at 26,160. The case fatality rate also stands at 1.4 per cent.
As far as the COVID-19 vaccination’s progress is observed, the city health department informed today that as many as 34,480 beneficiaries have been vaccinated in the last 24 hours. Cumulative doses provided so far in the city touched 3,29,53,424.
To contain the spread of the virus, the total number of containment zones in the city as of date is 625. Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) on Thursday said it will hold a meeting on 20 April to discuss the current situation in wake of rising COVID-19 cases in the national capital.
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