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Delhi records 674 cases in last 24 hours, a lowest single-day tally

Delhi records 674 cases

It seems all those measures undertaken to combat covid-19 situation in the national capital are worked well for the national capital as it recorded 674 new cases in last 24-hour, the lowest single-day covid-19 tally in the last two months. A total of 12 people lost their lives in a day, a lowest figure in recent times, as per the authorities.

As per the official figure, the total cases in the state have mounted to over 1.39 lakh while the death toll from the disease climbed to 4,033. Recently, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted that total number of active cases in the city went down to less than 10,000. “Delhi is now at 14th position in terms of active cases. No. of deaths has come down to 12 today. I am proud of you Delhiites. Your “Delhi model” being discussed everywhere. But we shud not get complacent and take all precautions (sic),” he had tweeted.

Also read: Covid-19: India’s daily cases cross 50,000 mark ; total tally 14 lakh

South Korean Ambassador to India H E Shin Bong-Kil also lauded efforts of the government and heaped praise on the model of combating the pandemic. “I am very impressed with the Delhi model. Actually, Korean Model is 3T — Test, Trace and Treat. Delhi model is Test and Home Quarantine, and it is a very effective measure, which has been made in (view of) India’s and particularly Delhi’s situation. I am very happy and I would like to congratulate the Delhi government that they made this achievement,” Bong-Kil was quoted saying in a video message.

Meanwhile, Corona continues to wreak havoc across the country with total cases have reached to 19 lakh. Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka are among worst affected states.

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