This is the first time that there have been more than 10,000 cases in a day. Also, there were 48 more deaths in Delhi due to the viral disease, taking the death toll to 11,283.
Fresh cases of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) broke all records in Delhi on Sunday, as the city saw its infection tally rise by more than 10,000 cases for the first time since the beginning of the pandemic. There were 10,774 new infections in Delhi on Sunday, according to the health department, which have taken its caseload to 725,197.
There were 48 more fatalities in the national capital due to the viral disease, the health department’s bulletin also showed, taking the death toll to 11,283 or 1.55% of the total Covid-19 cases. More than 5,158 people also recovered during the same period and now the Capital’s tally of recovered people stands at 679,573 and the recovery rate at 93.70%.