Delhi sees 20,181 fresh Covid infections; Positivity rate increased to 19.6% – World Affairs SRS

Delhi sees 20,181 fresh Covid infections; Positivity rate increased to 19.6%

– World Affairs SRS

Delhi recorded seven more deaths due to COVID-19 on Saturday as the city reported 20,181 infections in a single day, while the positivity rate rose to 19.60 per cent, according to health department data.

The national capital had recorded 407 COVID-19 fatalities and 20,394 cases on May 2 with a positivity rate of 28.33 per cent.

A total of 1,02,965 tests were conducted on the previous day, including 79,946 with RT-PCR, while the rest were with rapid antigen.

About 1,586 patients are admitted in hospitals, out of which 375 patients are on oxygen support. Of the 375 patients, 27 are on ventilators.

The number of active cases is 48,178, of which 25,909 are in home isolation.

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