Corona broke this year's record in Delhi, more than 700 new infections found in one day - Newztezz Online


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Corona broke this year's record in Delhi, more than 700 new infections found in one day

In Delhi, 716 new cases of Corona Virus were reported on Friday, which is the highest daily cases this year so far. 
In the last 24 hours, four more people died of the disease. The health department gave this information. According to the bulletin, the number of patients under treatment increased to 3,165 from 2,924 a day earlier and 6.32 lakh people have been cured so far. The infection rate increased from 0.76 percent to 0.93 percent.

The bulletin said that after 716 new cases, the total cases of infection in the national capital increased to 6,46,348. The death toll rose to 10,953 with four more deaths due to the disease. Delhi had 607 and 536 new cases on Thursday and Wednesday respectively. There were 425 cases on Tuesday. A total of 77,352 investigations, including 47,078 RT-PCR investigations, were conducted on Thursday. The number of people kept in the domestic quarantine increased to 1,624. Health experts and doctors have blamed the negligence of the people for the increase in the case.

Vaccination of more than 40 million people in the country

India crossed another significant phase of its fight against the Kovid-19 epidemic on Friday evening, under which the number of people receiving corona virus vaccine supplements in the country has exceeded four crore. The Union Health Ministry quoted a formal report that a total of 4,11,55,978 Kovid-19 vaccine doses were given in the country till 7 pm on Friday. According to this, Kovid-19 vaccine was given to 18,16,161 people in the day.

Of this total, 76,86,920 health workers (HCW) were given the first dose of vaccine and 47,69,469 second dose to HCW while 79,10,529 advance front personnel (FLW) were given the first dose and 23,16,922 FLW second vaccine. Dose given. At the same time, 1,53,78,622 beneficiaries over 60 years of age and 45,60 years old suffering from various diseases, 30,93,516 people took the first dose of the vaccine.

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