Delhi Corona Update: Covid-19 returned to Delhi, 9 areas in Red Zone, lockdown will be imposed?

Publish Date: 13 Aug, 2022 |

Corona cases are not decreasing in the capital Delhi. The risk of corona is increasing due to increasing infection. Masks have also been made mandatory in public places in Delhi. At the same time, on Friday, more than 2000 corona cases have been reported.

Increase in cases

Due to the new sub-variant of Omicron in the capital, the infection rate continues to increase. In the last 24 hours, 2136 new cases of covid-19 have been reported in Delhi (corona in delhi). The infection rate has been recorded at 15.02 percent. After a long time, 10 patients lost their lives (died with corona in Delhi) due to covid-19 in 24 hours. The number of active patients has now increased to 8,343.

On Thursday, amidst the increasing threat of corona, LNJP Hospital shared some information about the study done on covid-19. The infection is increasing due to the new sub-variant of Omicron. Although the infected patients are recovering soon. On the other hand, the doctors associated with the investigation said that in the cases of Omicron (New variant of Omicron) in which new sub-variants are being found, those patients are not showing serious symptoms of the disease.

Wearing masks mandatory

During the last few weeks, the infection rate of corona has increased continuously. In view of the increasing cases of corona, once again wearing masks in public places in Delhi ( Mask Returns in Delhi ) has been made mandatory. Those found violating this rule will also be fined Rs 500. The Arvind Kejriwal government of Delhi has taken this decision to put a brake on the pace of Corona cases. However, if you are going with your family in a four wheeler and you are not wearing a mask, then you will not have to pay any kind of fine.


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