New Delhi. There has been a big explosion of Corona once again in Delhi on Wednesday. There was a tremendous jump in the number of Coronavirus Positive Patients in Delhi on Wednesday. According to the Health Bulletin of the Delhi Government, the number of corona positive patients has reached 923 in the last 24 hours. On Wednesday, 344 infected patients have been discharged from the hospital. At the same time, the positivity rate in Delhi has increased from 0.89 percent to 1.29 percent. The continuous increase in the corona positivity rate can increase anxiety in the coming days. In the last 24 hours, corona examination of 71696 people was done in Delhi.
Let us tell you that there was a jump of about 50% in the number of corona patients on Tuesday as compared to Monday. On Tuesday, 496 new cases of corona virus were reported and one patient died. At the same time, the average of corona infected patients on Wednesday is 0.89 percent, which is the highest after May 31. On Monday, the number of corona infected patients was recorded 331, while on Sunday this figure was recorded 290.
There has been a steady increase in the cases of corona in Delhi for the last one month.
Corona again picked up speed in Delhi
There has been a steady increase in the cases of corona in Delhi for the last one month. Especially from the month of December, when the cases of Omicron variant have started coming to the fore, then the daily cases of corona also started increasing rapidly. Earlier, the number of daily cases was being recorded only 20 to 30. But, now the number of infected patients is increasing rapidly every day.
The number of patients in home isolation in Delhi has now reached. Now the total number of infected patients in Delhi has also reached…. At the same time, the number of containment zones in Delhi is also increasing rapidly. Now it has increased to 397. A lot of calls are also being received from those seeking help on the helpline. 856 calls have been received in the last 24 hours. At the same time, the number of calls called for ambulance service has been recorded as 1744.