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India Registers 1,134 Fresh Covid-19 Cases On Tuesday, Delhi Contributes 83

In the last 24 hours, there have been over 1,000 new coronavirus cases reported in India. The nation saw a total of 1,134 new Covid-19 cases on Wednesday, according to data from the Health Ministry.

The weekly positivity rate was 0.98 percent, while the daily positivity rate with new instances was 1.09 percent.

According to information provided by the Health department, 83 Covid-19 instances with a positivity rate of 5.83 percent and one additional fatality were reported in Delhi on Tuesday.

Fresh Covid cases have increased in the city over the past few days, coincident with a significant increase in H3N2 influenza cases nationwide.

34 instances were reported in the nation’s capital on Monday, with a positivity rate of 6.98%.

On Sunday, Delhi recorded 72 cases of Covid-19 with a positivity incidence of 3.95 percent.

The city had 58 Covid cases with a positivity rate of 3.52 percent on Saturday.

In the city, 32 instances with a positivity rate of 2.25 percent were reported on Thursday, while 38 cases with a positivity rate of 3.13 percent were reported on Friday.

On January 16, for the first time since the pandemic started wreaking havoc on nations, there were no new instances reported.

With the new instances, the number of Covid-19 cases in the national capital has increased to 20,08,087, and the number of fatalities is now at 26,524.

The prior day, 1,423 tests in total were administered. In hospitals specifically designed for Covid-19, only 17 of the 7,984 beds are filled, and 179 patients are being isolated at home. The data revealed that there are currently 209 active cases in the national capital.

There are not many influenza cases in Delhi hospitals, according to Health Minister Saurabh Bharadwaj, who also noted that the situation is being carefully watched.

According to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), the influenza A strain H3N2 virus is to blame for the increase in influenza cases.

Compared to other subtypes, the H3N2 influenza is causing more hospitalizations. A runny nose, a persistent cough, and a fever are the signs.

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