- Health Minister said – The pace of patients admitted in the last few days slowed down
- Said- In Delhi, about 85% more than 13 thousand beds are vacant in hospitals
- Satyendra Jain said – wear mask at all times, follow the protocol related to Kovid
There is news of a relief amid the increasing cases of corona in Delhi. Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said on Saturday that yesterday, the cases of corona in Delhi were 4 and a half thousand less than the day before. He said that the cases of corona in Delhi are at peak but since yesterday there is a decline in the cases.
Today 4000 cases are expected to be less
Satyendar Jain said that today, the number of Covid cases in Delhi is expected to decrease by 4,000. He said that the positivity rate will be around 30%. The hospitalization rate has not increased in the last 5-6 days, he added. This is an indication that the cases are going to decrease in the coming days. Jain said that 85% of hospital beds in Delhi are vacant. No one needs to panic.
34 people died in the last 24 hours
In Delhi, 34 people have died due to corona in the last 24 hours. At the same time, 105 patients have died from corona here in the last three days. On these continuous deaths due to corona, the state government says that the people who have died due to corona. Of these, 75 percent had not received the vaccine. Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said that 75 percent of the deaths due to corona in Delhi belong to those who did not get the vaccine.
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asked to follow covid protocol
The best way to prevent corona is to wear a mask at all times and follow all covid related protocols at all times. He said that all precautions are being taken by the Delhi government so that the pace of infection can slow down in Delhi. The government is requesting the public that the way the health department and health workers are making efforts on the front line, people should also put on masks with the same energy. Wash hands with hand sanitizer and follow social distancing rules.