Delhi Corona Updates: In the national capital Delhi, an increase in new cases of corona was seen today as compared to Wednesday. According to the Delhi Health Department, 1032 new cases of corona infection have been reported in the last 24 hours and the infection rate was 3.64 percent. No patient has died. In the same time, 1306 people have recovered from the infection. At present 4928 patients are being treated in the city. In the last 24 hours, 28386 tests have been done in Delhi.
On Wednesday, there were 970 cases of Kovid-19 in Delhi and one person died while the infection rate was recorded at 3.34 percent. At the same time, a day before this, on Tuesday, 1,118 new cases were reported in Delhi with an infection rate of 4.38 percent and one person died.
On Monday, 799 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported and three deaths were recorded, which was the highest number of deaths in a single day in the last two months. The infection rate was recorded at 4.94 on Monday.
Regarding the volatility in the cases of corona, experts say that it will last for a long time and it is difficult to predict how long this situation will continue.
Epidemiologist Dr. Chandrakant Laharia said, “Last month due to the festive season, we saw a rise in cases as people were voluntarily getting tested as they had to travel. My view is that people were not getting the investigation done earlier, but now after the news of increase in the cases in the media, they have started getting the investigation done. This reshuffle will go on for a long time and it depends on the behavior of the people.
Dr. Vikas Maurya, Director and Head of the Department of Respiratory Diseases at Fortis Hospital, Shalimar Bagh, said that at present, infection is taking place due to Omicron and its sub-forms. He said, “During the month of January, a large number of people came in contact with the virus. People have developed immunity due to vaccines and past infections. Most of the patients are those who were not infected with the corona virus in the past. About 70 to 80 percent patients are coming to us through OPD. Those who do not have a history of infection in the past are being admitted to the hospital.