Coronavirus scare again in Delhi; 655 new cases surfaced in 24 hours, 2 died

According to the data of the Health Department of Delhi, 622 new cases of Covid-19 were reported in the national capital on Friday, while the death of two infected people was registered. The infection rate has also increased to 3.17 percent. Superintendent of Ram Manohar Lohia (RML) Hospital BL Sherwal said that there is a need to be alert, but not to panic. He said, "Everyone has reduced vigilance, so the cases will increase. The patients are recovering in three-four days and are complaining of fever, body ache and diarrhoea..

New Delhi: In the last 24 hours in the national capital Delhi, 655 new cases of corona have been reported. According to the latest figures, so far 455 patients have recovered and gone to their homes. At the same time, 2 patients have died due to corona. The number of active cases of corona in Delhi has reached 2008. According to the data, on June 1, 368 new cases were reported in Delhi with an infection rate of 1.74 percent, which has crossed 500 within 10 days.


Experts say that the reason for the increase in the cases of Covid-19 in the national capital is the laxity of the people and the period of holidays. According to the data of the Health Department of Delhi, 622 new cases of Covid-19 were reported in the national capital on Thursday, while the death of two infected people was registered. The infection rate has also increased to 3.17 percent.


No infection in the lungs, and no need for oxygen: BL Sherwal

Superintendent of Ram Manohar Lohia (RML) Hospital BL Sherwal said that there is a need to be alert, but not to panic. He said, "Everyone has reduced vigilance, so the cases will increase. Patients are recovering in three-four days and are complaining of fever, body ache and diarrhea. It is a good thing that there is no infection in the lungs and oxygen is not being needed.


The senior doctor said that only those who are very weak are being advised by the doctor to be admitted to the hospital.


Holidays are also the reason for increasing infection: SK Arora

SK Arora, Medical Director of Sanjay Gandhi Memorial Hospital, believes that the reason behind the increase in the cases of infection is school holidays. He said, "It is now a mild infection and such a wave will keep coming. Also this holiday season is going on and people are traveling from one state to another. In such a situation, there will be cases but one thing is that the symptoms of infection are mild.


According to the Delhi Corona mobile app, only 85 of the 9,630 beds earmarked for Covid-19 patients in the national capital were filled on Thursday. On Friday, out of 2,218 ICU beds, patients were admitted in 28 beds.