The national capital on Friday (August 14) recorded 1192 new COVID-19 cases, with 790 patients restored and 11 individuals kicked the bucket of coronavirus over the most recent 24 hours, as indicated by Delhi’s wellbeing office announcement.
The complete number of coronavirus cases in Delhi has now expanded to 150652, while the loss of life from COVID-19 mounted to 4,178. The national capital has 11366 dynamic cases, and of these 5,882 are in home confinement.
The contamination rate has expanded to 7.92 percent, and the level of dynamic cases remains at 7.54 percent with a recuperation pace of 89.68 percent.
As per the most recent wellbeing notice, 5,721 RTPCR/CBNAAT/TrueNat tests and 9,324 fast antigen tests were directed over the most recent 24 hours.