NEW DELHI : The national capital reported 46 COVID-19 deaths on Saturday, the highest in over 70 days, taking the toll to 5,193, while 3,372 fresh cases pushed the infection tally to 2,67,822, authorities said.This is the highest number of deaths reported in a day since July 16, when the city recorded 58 fatalities.The capital reported 3,827 new cases on Friday, 3,834 on Thursday, 3,714 on Wednesday and 3,816 on Tuesday.As many as 57,688 tests were conducted to detect COVID-19 infection on Friday, of which 9,968 were RTPCR/CBNAAT/TrueNat tests and 47,720 were rapid antigen tests, the latest health bulletin said.Authorities had conducted 59,134 tests on Thursday, 59,183 on Wednesday, 59,580 on Tuesday, 59,013 on Monday.The health authorities
coronavirus, health bosses have confirmed. The staff from Kettle Produce in Balmalcolm, Fife, have mild symptoms and are currently isolating at home - as are those who came into close contact with them.
coronavirus tests continue to be in short supply, there has been growing demand for private testing services. Along with a rise in demand, cases of the virus are also rising across the UK, and despite the guidance stating that only those with symptoms should book a test on the NHS, many are still encountering difficulties when trying getting tested.
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