Delhi: 118 new cases of corona, DDMA issued advisory for elderly and pregnant women

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Delhi Corona News: On Thursday, 118 new cases of corona virus were reported in Delhi with an infection rate of 1.77 percent. This information was obtained from the data released by the Health Department. Meanwhile, there is no news of death of any patient due to Kovid in the city.

The department said in its latest bulletin that with these new cases, the total number of infected people in the national capital increased to 20,05,329 while the death toll stood at 26,506.

On the last day, 6,652 tests were conducted from which new cases were reported. Meanwhile, the Delhi government has issued an order abolishing the fine of Rs 500 applicable for not wearing masks in public places.

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More than 3 crore doses of vaccine were administered
Talking about vaccination, so far 3 crore 73 lakh 12 thousand 280 doses have been given in Delhi. Out of this, 1 crore 82 lakh 86 thousand 723 first, 1 crore 56 lakh 96 thousand 944 second and 33 lakh 28 thousand 613 doses have been given.

The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA), in a meeting held last month, had decided to stop levying fines from September 30 after the decline in the number of COVID-19 cases.

Meanwhile, experts say that people from vulnerable sections, especially pregnant women and the elderly, should continue to wear masks in crowded areas.

According to doctors of major government and private hospitals in the city, people should take ‘extra precautions’ as the number of new cases in Delhi is low, but there is talk of a new form of corona virus which is very contagious. Is.

On Wednesday, 107 new cases were reported in Delhi with an infection rate of 1.64 percent.


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