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40 patients suffering from new COVID strain admitted to LNJP hospital Delhi

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In last 24 hours, 494 new cases of corona have been reported in Delhi, 13 people died. A new strain case of Corona has been detected in 40 persons in Delhi.

All these persons have been admitted to LNJP Hospital. Most of these people are those who either came from England or came in contact with people from England.

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The Delhi government has hoped that the number of cases reported per day of corona infection in Delhi will remain below 500. Regarding the present condition of Corona on Saturday, Health Minister Satyendar Jain said, 585 new cases were reported in Delhi on Friday.

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The positivity rate in Delhi was 0.73 per cent and the positivity rate is steadily declining. We hope that the number of new cases coming to Delhi every day will be less than 500.

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In fact, according to the test report revealed on Saturday, Corona virus cases have come down to less than 500 in after several months in Delhi. The Delhi government has appealed to all the residents of Delhi to take full care of the covid-19.

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The Health Ministry appealed to retain all measures being adopted for the prevention of corona, including masking, maintaining the required distance.

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Meanwhile, India added 18,177 coronavirus infections in the past 24 hours, placing its overall number at 1.03 crore cases, the Health Ministry’s data showed. The number of fresh infections is 4.7 per cent lower than on Saturday. In this period, India reported 217 deaths linked to the virus, taking the total number of fatalities to 1,49,435.

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