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Delhi Records 35 New COVID-19 Cases

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Delhi reported 35 cases of COVID-19 with a positive rate of 0.06 percent, and zero died as a result of the virus, according to data provided by the Department of Health today.

The national capital has recorded four deaths due to COVID-19 so far in November. Four people died from the disease in October and five in September.

Infection statistics are Tuesday. The government did not release the booklet on Wednesday but on Thursday morning.

Twenty patients were released on Tuesday. With new cases, city coronavirus infection increased to 14,40,754. In this case, more than 14.15 lakh patients have recovered from the infection. The death toll stands at 25,095, according to a health report.

Authorities conducted 54,268 tests, including 45,186 RT-PCR, on Tuesday. There are 311 active cases, of which 125 patients live alone at home. The number of protected areas stands at 120, the report said.

The city reported 27 cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday, 26 cases on Monday, 29 on Sunday and 32 on Saturday.

In April and May, Delhi battled a second major wave of the pandemic that killed scores of people and resulted in shortages of essential oxygen and drugs in hospitals.

On April 20, Delhi reported 28,395 cases, the highest number in the city since the epidemic began last year. On April 22, the positivity rate of the cases was 36.2 percent, the highest so far.

The highest death toll of 448 people was reported on May 3.

According to the sixth sero survey, 97 percent of Delhi people have developed antibodies against coronavirus due to the high number of people exposed to second-line infections and the strong immunization in the capital.

All regions in the capital have a seroprevalence rate of over 93 percent. The Southern, Central, North-Eastern and Eastern regions recorded a seropositivity rate of 99 percent, 99.5 percent, 99.7 percent and 99.8 percent, respectively.

Women (90.1 percent) have a higher level of seropositivity than men (88.2 percent).

Those under the age of 18 have a seropositivity level of 88 percent.

Ninety-five percent of vaccinated individuals with a history of COVID-19 infection have developed antibodies compared with 82 percent of the vaccinated individuals.

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