CM Kejriwal claims to control Kovid 19, said- second phase of transition in Delhi has passed. delhi-ncr – news in hindi


Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that ten thousand beds are empty in Delhi’s Kovid hospitals (file photo)

Chief Minister Kejriwal said that 10,000 beds are now empty in Delhi’s Kovid hospitals. He said, ‘I hope the second phase (of Kovid 19) will also pass slowly’.

new Delhi. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has said that the second phase of the corona virus (Corona Virus) in the country’s capital has passed, and the situation has been largely controlled. On Tuesday, Kejriwal said that the Delhi government has increased testing to detect infection faster. He said, ‘On September 17, the second phase of COVID-19 (COVID-19) in Delhi reached its peak when 4,500 cases were reported across the city. The situation has been controlled to a great extent.

The Chief Minister also said that now 10,000 beds are empty in Delhi hospitals. He said, ‘I hope the second phase (of Kovid 19) will also pass slowly.’

Kovid 19 more than 5,500 dead in Delhi so far

Please tell that the number of corona positive patients in Delhi is 2,92,560, and so far more than 5,500 people have died from the infection. During the last twenty four hours (Monday), 1,947 new cases of Corona were reported here. At the same time, 3,588 patients were discharged from hospitals after getting healthy. The recovery rate of patients in Delhi has been 90.21 percent. In August this rate was 90.15 percent, but due to increase in more cases in September, it came down to about 84 percent.

Although there has been a decrease in cases of Kovid 19 in the last few days in the country’s capital, but the containment zones are constantly increasing. 11 new Containment Zones have been created in a day. With this, the number of containment zones in Delhi has increased to 2,707 now. Whereas the day before this number was 2,696. (Input from language)


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