The number of new cases of COVID-19 infection in the city of Delhi reached as high as 535 early yesterday morning and 733 on April 7, reaching its highest point in more than seven months. According to the data that was supplied by the government of Delhi, the daily COVID-19 tally in Delhi reached 699 today on Sunday. This information was provided by the Government of Delhi.
In addition, the statistics indicated that the overall number of cases had reached 2,014,637 at this time. The majority of individuals either choose to be tested at home or choose not to get tested at all, which is one of the reasons why the positive rate is so high, according to those who are knowledgeable on the subject.
Over the last four days in a row, the number of active cases has stayed consistently higher than the 5,000 level. The most recent figures are still quite comparable to those seen in September 2022. In the week that ended on Sunday, there were a total of 34,011 instances found. The number had reached 18,458 the previous Sunday. According to a study of statistics from the World Health Organization and the most recent information from the government, the number of cases that occur weekly has remained over the threshold of 10,000 since March 28.
On the other hand, there has been a proportional rise in the number of fatalities as a result of this. Throughout the last week, 83 individuals have passed away as a result of catching the COVID-19 virus. A month earlier, there had been three fatalities reported. The number of people who have passed away has increased by 66% during the last week.