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Delhi Covid cases maintain declining trend, positivity rate at 2.67%

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Delhi also registered 421 recoveries, and zero deaths in the last 24 hours. See Delhi Covid numbers hereDelhi reports 268 new #COVID19 cases, 421 recoveries, and zero deaths in the last 24 hours.Active cases 1,819 The national capital had recorded 365 new cases on Sunday with 530 recoveries and one death.

The positivity rate has also dropped to below 2%. According to Delhi health authorities, 9976 tests were conducted in the last twenty four hours.

Further, the bulletin informed that 1447 people are under home isolation and 104 people are still admitted in hospitals to get treated for coronavirus pandemic.

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