Corona virus cases are increasing continuously in the national capital Delhi. The 1000 mark was also crossed in the capital on Wednesday. In Delhi, 1009 new cases were reported in the last 24 hours, and the infection rate was 5.7%. Moreover, one death has also been registered, which is concerning.
Big jump compared to Tuesday
These startling numbers are almost double that of the previous day. While 632 new cases were reported on Tuesday, 1009 new cases have been reported on Wednesday.
The surge in active cases too
In Delhi, this means that there are now more than 2,500 active patients. There are a total of 2641 Corona patients in Delhi on Wednesday, which is the most since 18 February. Let us know that there were 2775 active patients on February 18.
The highest number of cases after February 10
Currently, the positivity rate in capital stands at 5.70 percent. Corona has reached its highest level since February 10. On February 10, 1104, Corona cases were reported in Delhi.
Again the return of the mask
As Corona cases continue to increase, once again strict restrictions seem to be returning. The wearing of masks in the capital has been made mandatory again in the latest decision. There is also a provision for a fine of Rs 500 if you do not wear a mask.
Agreed to keep the school open
The masks have returned after the daily spike in Corona cases. A Standard Operating Procedure will also be issued for this, in which strict adherence to the Kovid protocol can be recorded. Furthermore, in the meeting of DDMA, it was agreed not to close the schools for the time being.