Delhi reported 305 new cases of COVID-19 today.
Delhi reported 305 new COVID-19 cases today, bringing the total number of active cases to 4,212 in the city. The national capital also reported 44 deaths, bringing the total number of deaths to 24,748.
The recovery rate and the mortality rate stood at 97.97 percent and 1.73 percent, respectively, while the positivity rate has dropped to 0.41 percent.
Up to 1,683 patients have recovered in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of patients discharged from the city to 14,1,473.
Today’s cases in Delhi were 22 fewer compared to yesterday, when it recorded 337 cases, with 36 deaths.
Delhi, which had imposed restrictions similar to those of a lockdown in April, began the unlocking process on Monday.
Stores in shopping malls, markets, and market complexes are open with odd and even hour restrictions, while independent stores and neighborhood stores can open between 10 a.m. M. And 8 p.m. M.
The Delhi Metro, which was suspended on May 10, resumed its services at 50 percent capacity. Private offices were also allowed to operate with 50% staff.
Earlier in the day, India added 94,052 new cases to the national count, according to data from the Health Ministry.
Deaths were at their highest level (6,148) when Bihar revised its COVID death figures over the past month, after an audit.