- 22,751 cases in Delhi in last 24 hours
- Weekend curfew implemented in Delhi now
The havoc of Corona continues in Delhi. In such a situation, the Kejriwal government can impose some more restrictions in Delhi. It is being told that there may be a ban on eating while sitting in the hotel restaurant. However, the facility of home delivery and takeaway from the restaurant will continue.
In fact, on Monday, a meeting of Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) was held regarding the rapidly increasing cases in Delhi. In this meeting, it has been agreed to impose some more restrictions. Right now restrictions like weekend curfew and night curfew have been imposed in Delhi.
22,751 cases in Delhi in last 24 hours
In Delhi, 22,751 cases of corona have been reported in the last 24 hours. Not only this, 17 people have lost their lives during this period. However, 10179 people have been cured during this period. Active cases have increased to 60733. So far, 14,63,837 people have been cured in the capital. The positivity rate in Delhi has increased to 23.53%.
300 policemen infected in Delhi
Apart from Maharashtra, cases of a large number of policemen getting infected are also being reported in Delhi. More than 300 policemen have been infected with Corona in Delhi. Many senior officers are also included in this. These include senior officers like Public Relations Officer of Delhi Police, Additional Commissioner Chinmay Biswal.
1.79 lakh cases of corona found in the country
In India, 1,79,723 cases of corona virus have been reported in the last 24 hours. There are 12.6% more cases than Monday. Not only this, the maximum number of cases 44,388 cases have been reported in Maharashtra. During this, 146 people have died due to corona.
Talking about the most infected states in India, Maharashtra is at the top. In the last 24 hours, 44,388 cases have been reported here. Apart from this, 24,287 cases have been reported in West Bengal, 22,751 in Delhi, 12,895 in Tamil Nadu, 12 thousand cases in Karnataka.
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