COVID-19: Delhi records zero death, 30 new cases; positivity rate 0.05%

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November 19, 2021 9:24 PM

The total number of coronavirus cases stood at 14,40,605 in the national capital. Over 14.15 lakh patients have recovered from the infection.

Delhi recorded zero death due to COVID-19 and 30 fresh cases of the infection with a positivity rate of 0.05 per cent on Friday, according to data shared by the city health department. The total number of coronavirus cases stood at 14,40,605 in the national capital. Over 14.15 lakh patients have recovered from the infection. The death toll due to the coronavirus infection in Delhi stands at 25,095.

Four fatalities have so far been reported in the city this month — two on November 12 and one each on November 14 and November 15. Delhi reported four COVID-19 deaths in October and five in September. The case positivity rate stood at 0.05 per cent on Friday, according to the latest health bulletin.

On Thursday, 47 fresh Covid cases were recorded in the national capital with a positivity rate of 0.08 per cent.
On Wednesday, 44 cases were recorded with a positivity rate of 0.07 per cent.

A total of 56,689 tests — 46,930 RT-PCR tests and 9,759 rapid antigen tests — were conducted to detect the infection a day ago, the bulletin said.

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