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Delhi sees further decline in Covid-19 cases, positivity rate dips to 2.77%. Details here

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Covid positivity rate dipped to 2.77%. The positivity rate on Friday was 3.34%. See Delhi's Covid-19 case numbers hereDelhi reports 673 fresh #COVID19 cases, 1,074 recoveries, and four deaths in the last 24 hours.Active cases 3,936Cumulative Positivity Rate 4.97% pic.twitter.com/OzNuQldssn Saturday Delhi also reported 1,074 recoveries from the deadly novel coronavirus.

The total number of recoveries now stand at 1869617. The total active Covid caseload in Delhi now stands at 3,936, after Saturday's addition.

Delhi's total positive cases now rose up to 1899745. Delhi's death toll rose up to 26192 with Saturday's addition. According to the official health bulletin, a total of 24317 tests had been conducted in the city in the past twenty four hours.

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