Coronavirus: Delhi records less than 7,000 new COVID-19 cases in 24 hours

Coronavirus: Delhi records less than 7,000 new COVID-19 cases in 24 hours

The total number of coronavirus cases in Delhi has been declining as the positivity rate has gone down to 11 percent, said Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday.

Delhi Chief Minister said that Delhi reported 6,500 new cases of coronavirus in the last 24 hours while the positivity rate has further gone down to 11 percent.

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Coronavirus cases in Delhi have been declining as positivity rate has gone down to 11 percent, said CM Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday.

“So, Corona’s impact is going down in Delhi,” Arvind Kejriwal said, adding that 1000 ICU beds have been set up within 15 days and the doctors and engineers have set an example. “I thank them,” he added.

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Coronavirus cases in Delhi have been declining as positivity rate has gone down to 11 percent, said CM Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday.

Furthermore, he said that “We’re starting oxygen concentrator bank on Saturday”.

“Essential to provide oxygen to COVID-19 patients, on time. We’ve started this for such patients. 200 such banks set up in every dist,” he said.

Coronavirus cases in Delhi have been declining as positivity rate has gone down to 11 percent, said CM Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday.

Adding, he said that “Our team will provide the concentrator at the doorstep of patients in home isolation if needed.

On Friday, he saluted the doctors, engineers, and workers who worked round the clock on a war footing and constructed these 500 ICU beds in just 15 days at Ramlila maidan opp LNJP hospital. “250 ICU beds to start on Saturday and 250 in next two days,” he said.

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