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COVID-19: Active cases reduces in Delhi, capital slips from 2nd to 14th position

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COVID-19: Active cases reduces in Delhi, capital slips from 2nd to 14th position

COVID-19: Active cases reduces in Delhi, capital slips from 2nd to 14th position

Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain informed that Delhi has slipped on the table of COVID-19 active cases.

"Earlier it was on second position and now it is on the fourteen position in terms of active cases," Satyendar Jain said.

On serological survey, he said, "We will have to extend the serological survey in Delhi by 2 more days.

Around 15,000 samples will be collected during the survey."


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