New Delhi: A slight increase has been seen in the figures of corona infection in the capital Delhi on Sunday. During the last 24 hours, 255 new corona cases have been reported here and 23 people have died. In the same time, 376 patients infected with corona in the city have also been cured. According to the data of the Health Department, the rate of corona infection in Delhi today is 0.35 percent.
Let us tell you that during 24 hours on Saturday, 213 new cases of infection were reported and 28 people died in the same time. The infection rate was 0.30 percent last day. Earlier on Friday, the infection rate in Delhi was at 0.31 percent and in a day 238 people were found to be corona infected, while 24 patients died.
With these new cases, now the total corona cases in Delhi have gone up to 14 lakh 31 thousand 139. Out of these, 14 lakh 2 thousand 850 patients have been cured. The death toll from Corona has now reached 24,823. At present there are 3,466 active cases in Delhi.
More concessions will be available in Delhi from Monday
All markets, malls, restaurants will start opening in Delhi from Monday. Last week, shops in the markets were allowed to open under odd-even, but now from tomorrow 100 percent shops can be opened. According to the Delhi government, private offices will function from 9 am to 5 pm with 50 percent capacity. All shops in markets, malls and market complexes can open from 10 am to 8 pm.
Apart from this, now restaurants in Delhi will work at 50 percent seating capacity. Weekly market has been allowed but only one weekly market will be allowed in a zone in a day. Marriages can take place with 20 people at home or in the court. Religious places are being opened but devotees will not be allowed to go.
will it still be closed
According to Chief Minister Kejriwal, schools-colleges, educational institutions, social, political, sports, entertainment, cultural, religious gatherings, swimming pool, stadium, sports complex, cinema, theater, entertainment park, banquet hall, auditorium, spa, gym, public park And the gardens will remain completely closed for now.