The sixth Covid-19 wave has topped in the country's capital, according to delhi health minister Satyendra Jain, and caseloads are projected to decline in the future. "Delhi's Covid Summit has gone." "From now on, fewer instances will be registered," Jain added. According to health minister Satyendra Jain, after a minor drop in daily Covid-19 cases yesterday, delhi is projected to register under 20,000 infections on Sunday.

"There will be 3,600 fewer daily occurrences today." We haven't cut back on testing; it's because the Covid process is being observed," he explained. On Friday, the national capital registered 24,413 Covid-19 cases, down 15.5 percent from the day before, with 33 people succumbing to the infection. At the very same period, the positivity rate increased to 30.23 percent, meaning that every third coronavirus specimen taken in the previous 24 hours resulted in a positive outcome.

"The modification in testing rules is to blame for the low number of tests. The (central) government released an advisory previously this week stating that asymptomatic individuals undertaking surgical/non-surgical painful surgery should not be checked unless symptoms appear "According to the official, There are 92,143 current cases in the city, with 63,951 in home seclusion.

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