Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal government directs private labs to scale back charge of RT-PCR test

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Monday, I even have instructed that the speed of RT-PCR tests in Delhi should be reduced.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal government directs private labs to scale back charge of RT-PCR test
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal

Kejriwal government is consistently making several efforts to regulate the outbreak of Corona epidemic within the capital Delhi. While the quantity of penalty for not applying the mask on one side has been increased to Rs 2 thousand and therefore the tests are being increased continuously, the private lab has been instructed to scale back the charge of RT-PCR test.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Monday, I even have instructed that the speed of RT-PCR tests in Delhi should be reduced. He further said that this test is being done freed from cost by the govt , however, people that are becoming tests wiped out private labs, there'll help them by reducing its charge.

On Sunday, 4,906 new cases of Corona viral infection were reported within the capital , after which the infection rate here is 7.64 percent. 68 people died thanks to infection within the capital, after which the entire number of individuals who died in Delhi increased to 9,066. The officials gave information about this.

Officials said that this is often the second consecutive day, when the cases of infection are but five thousand and therefore the infection rate is a smaller amount than eight percent. He said that 68 people died thanks to Corona viral infection within the capital, which is that the lowest after November 6. On November 6, 64 people died in Delhi thanks to Covid-19.

He said that the infection rate was 7.24 percent on Saturday, which was rock bottom since October 23. This figure was 8.51 percent on Friday, 8.65 percent on Thursday and eight .49 percent on Wednesday. A bulletin issued by the Health Department said that a complete of 64,186 samples were tested in Delhi on Saturday. Of these, 29,839 samples were tested at RTPCR, while 34,347 samples were tested for antigen.

A total of 69,051 samples were tested on Friday, the very best ever. Delhi had the very best number of 8,593 infected cases during a single day on Veterans' Day , while the utmost number of 131 people died during a single day on November 18. consistent with the bulletin, the entire cases of corona viral infection in Delhi increased to five ,66,648 on Sunday, out of which 5,22,491 patients became infection free. consistent with the bulletin, the amount of under-treated patients within the capital is 35,091, which is a smaller amount than Saturday's 36,578.

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