Coronavirus Delhi: The infection rate in the capital is around 16 percent. The infection rate is 15.92 and is by far the highest figure of infection rate. The death toll of patients in the capital is also the highest since November 30.
New Delhi: The situation is getting worse every day due to Corona in the capital Delhi. On Wednesday 14 April, more than 17 thousand new cases of corona were reported in Delhi. With this, Corona virus cases have broken all records till date.
For the first time, more than 17 thousand new cases were reported in the capital. In Delhi, 17,282 new cases of corona have been reported in the last 24 hours and 104 patients have died.
Review meeting of CM Kejriwal
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will discuss with the Lieutenant Governor through a review meeting at 11 am today about the rising corona infection in Delhi. Apart from this, at 12 o’clock the Health Minister will also meet with the Chief Secretary and senior officials on the current situation of Corona.
Corona’s record-breaking cases have been registered in Delhi on Wednesday. In 24 hours, 17,282 new cases were reported and 104 patients died. On Tuesday, 13,468 new cases were reported in Delhi.
For the first time, the number of active patients crossed 50,000
This is the highest number of deaths of corona patients after 30 November. On November 30, 108 patients died. The positivity rate in Delhi has gone up to about 16 per cent, for the first time in Delhi, the number of active patients has crossed 50,000.
Kovid beds status
Delhi government ordered banquet halls to be added from hospitals so that the number of beds can be increased. The government is emphasizing on increasing the number of Kovid-19 beds in different hospitals of Delhi.
Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain has informed that a total of 13 thousand beds are ready. Now the number is being increased even more. There is no shortage of ventilators in Rajdhani, the data on the government’s app is absolutely correct. On the delay in the investigation report, the minister said that most of the reports are coming within 24 hours, where there is delay, action will be taken.
Migration started again
Seeing the situation deteriorating in Delhi, there is a large number of migrations between the restrictions. Whether it is Anand Vihar bus station or the railway station of Delhi, a large number of migrant laborers are returning to UP-Bihar and Jharkhand. The workers say that the way the situation is deteriorating, there is a danger of lockdown and in such a situation, returning home from time is the right way.