Coronavirus cases in Delhi below 100 for the first time


GUWAHATI: The national capital of Delhi is slowly limping back to normalcy as Coronavirus cases came down to below 100 for the first time after February. Delhi recorded 89 new cases in 24 hours with 11 deaths on Monday.
On Sunday, there were 124 new cases and seven patients had succumbed to the virus.

The infection rate has come down to 0.16 percent as per Delhi Government’s health department’s data. The recovery rate has reached 98.12% in Delhi. So far, these are all positive indicators for Delhi.

A total of 24,925 people have died due to the virus and the active cases stand at 1996.

With cases declining Delhi has started opening up from Monday with bars, parks and public gardens allowed to re-open by Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) after over two months. The authorities have allowed the functioning of government and private offices with 50 per cent attendance. Similarly, Delhi Metro trains and public transport buses continue to ply with 50 per cent seating.