New Delhi, July 26: The National Capital continued to record more fresh recoveries, compared to the infections, as the city’s recovery rate further improved to 87.95 per cent on Sunday.
Delhi now has 114875 recovered patients till date, after adding 1807 to the list in the past 24 hours, the state’s Health Bulletin said.
After recording 1075 fresh infections since Saturday, the total number of COVID cases in Delhi registered till date have increased to 130606.
Meanwhile, active cases have now further reduced to 11904 in the city, the government data said here.
Deaths across the city till date have now reached 3827, after 21 more people lost their battle to the lethal virus in the past one day.
The patients under home isolation have also decreased further as compared to yesterday and the figure currently stands at 6976.
Total number of tests done in the national capital till date stand at 946777, the Bulletin added.
However, containment zones across the city according to the government data stand at 714, while government agencies are also keeping a strict eye on the violators of guidelines even outside the containment zones by conducting drives around busy market places and other areas.
Meanwhile, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday said the occupancy of beds by the COVID patients has seen a decrease in the past one month’s time, between June 23 to July 26.
Taking to micro-blogging site Twitter, he expressed that much lesser number of people are now falling ill, and most of them are being treated at home.
Even lesser people are needing hospitalisation, he added.
‘Corona bed occupancy has come down sharply from 23 June to 26 July. Much lesser no of people are now falling ill. Most of those falling ill are getting treated at home. Therefore, very few people are now needing hospitalisation,’ Delhi CM tweeted.