Coronavirus In Delhi: On Sunday, 804 new cases of corona virus infection were reported in the national capital Delhi, while 12 more people died due to infection. In the data released by the Health Department, it has been said that the infection rate in the capital has come down to 1.50 percent.
In the latest bulletin issued by the Health Department, it has been said that the number of infection cases in the national capital has increased to 18 lakh 51 thousand 320 while the death toll has reached 26 thousand 72.
The Health Department said that there are a total of 3926 active cases in Delhi, out of which 2590 are in home isolation. While 528 patients are admitted in different hospitals. At the same time, 18 thousand 571 beds are vacant in different hospitals of Delhi.
528 patients admitted in hospitals
There are currently 528 patients admitted in the Union Territory, out of which 206 are in ICU, 172 are on oxygen support and 45 patients are on ventilator support. Apart from this, 315 patients are from Delhi out of the total patients while 136 patients are from outside the state.
It was told that 45 thousand 743 samples were tested in the last 24 hours and so far 3 crore 56 lakh 26 thousand 942 samples have been tested.
What is the condition of vaccination in Delhi?
On the other hand, in the last 24 hours, 99 thousand 390 doses of vaccines were given, in which 15 thousand 68 doses were given first and 77 thousand 189 doses were given second. At the same time, 7 thousand 133 people were given a precautionary dose.
In the state, 11 lakh 52 thousand 860 children in the age group of 15-17 have been given food. Since the beginning of vaccination till now, 3 crore 52 lakh 25 thousand 60 doses have been given in Delhi, out of which 1 crore 71 lakh 78 thousand 405 doses are included in the first, 1 crore 29 lakh 85 thousand 363 doses and 3 lakh 58 792 precaution doses. Is.
On Saturday, 920 new cases of infection were reported in Delhi, while 13 people died and the infection rate was 1.68 percent. The daily cases of infection are decreasing in Delhi, on January 13, the maximum number of 28 thousand 867 cases were reported.