File made in Delhi, 90 thousand checks in at some point, 1,363 optimistic circumstances discovered

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Corona test set a new record in Delhi, the country’s capital. The highest 90,354 tests were conducted in a single day and the infection rate was also found to be significantly (1.51 percent) lower. During this, 1,363 new cases of Corona were revealed, which is the lowest since 31 August.

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According to the data, on Thursday (December 17) 90,354 tests of Corona were done in Delhi. In this way, not only the record of total test was made in one day, but also the new record of RT-PCR test was made. By far the most (49,102) RT-PCR tests were done on a single day in the past. It is known that this number is more than rapid antigen test.

Let me tell you that RT-PCR test is considered best for Covid test, while rapid antigen test is considered to be up to 60% correct.

At the same time, 35 deaths due to corona virus were reported in Delhi, although 2391 people have also been recovered. Also, the active case has reduced to 12,198. The figure of the dead has reached 10,182. The recovery rate in Delhi is also close to 96%.

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Not only this, the number of containment zones in Delhi has come down from 6,415 to 6,376. The number of people living in home isolation has also decreased. Meanwhile, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said that the situation of COVID-19 in Delhi is being dealt with better.

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