An increase in the number of corona cases has created an atmosphere of panic in Delhi. Meanwhile, according to the data released by the Delhi Health Department, in the last 24 hours in the capital 366 new cases have been reported. During this time 209 patients recovered and not a single patient died in Corona. At present the number of active cases in the capital Delhi is 1072. At the same time, the daily positive rate reached 3.95 percent. In the last 24 hours, 9265 tests have been done in the capital. At present, 685 patients are being treated at Home Isolation in Delhi. According to the latest figures, the total number of corona patients in Delhi has risen to 1867572. So far 26158 people have lost their lives in the capital in Corona.
On the other hand, after more schoolchildren were infected in the national capital on Friday, parents became concerned. Meanwhile, the Delhi government has asked the school administration to close certain departments or classes if necessary. Schools in Delhi are closed for four days on the weekend after Ambedkar Jayanti, Good Friday. The city’s two top schools have confirmed that each of them has received information from parents about their children’s COVID-19 test reports. 6 came positive Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Friday said that the school or classroom where Kovid-19 cases were reported should be temporarily closed. Also, he made it clear that the whole school should be closed in special circumstances.
366 fresh reports have been made in Delhi # COVID-19 Cases in the last 24 hours, 209 recovery and zero deaths.
Active Case 1072 pic.twitter.com/DouO0fCkQu
– ANI (ANI) April 15, 2022
A meeting of the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has been called on April 20 to review the situation in Kovid in the national capital. At least five students and teachers at a top private school in South Delhi’s Basant Kunj have been infected with the Korana virus last week, raising concerns among parents about the safety of their children. At the same time, the possibility of schools closing again has also increased. Within weeks of the resumption of ‘offline’ classes in the space of two years due to the Kovid epidemic, reports of an increase in school infections have raised concerns. Following the outbreak of Kovid in schools in neighboring Noida and Ghaziabad, new cases of the infection have been reported in private schools in the national capital.
The Department of Education issued a new warning about covid in schools in the national capital on April 13, instructing them to close the entire campus or a certain part of the campus if any students or teachers are confirmed to be infected. The department further said that students and teachers should wear masks and maintain as much distance as possible. According to data shared by the city health department, 325 new cases of covid were reported in Delhi on Thursday, where the infection rate stood at 2.39 per cent.
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