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Coronavirus India Live Updates: Death Rate In Delhi Perhaps Lowest In World, Says Arvind Kejriwal

The largest variety of COVID-19 exams are being carried out in Delhi at current, Chief Minister stated

New Delhi:

Amid a surge in COVID-19 circumstances, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday stated the coronavirus demise price within the nationwide capital is probably the bottom on this planet and the priority ought to be the variety of deaths due the virus and never the variety of circumstances.

“The largest number of COVID-19 tests are being carried out in Delhi at present. Eleven per cent Delhi has been tested so far with nearly 21 lakh tests. The concern should be number of deaths not the number of COVID cases. Death rate in Delhi is perhaps the lowest in the whole world,” the Chief Minister stated in his handle throughout the one-day session of the Delhi Assembly.

He stated that at present round 60,000 exams for detection of COVID-19 are being performed in Delhi every day, which signifies that 3,000 exams are performed per day per million inhabitants within the metropolis.

“In Delhi, 3,057 COVID-19 tests are conducted per day per million population. In the UK, around 3,000 tests are conducted per million population, 1,388 in the USA, 2,311 in Russia, and 8,58 in Peru. In India, the figure is 819 tests per day per million. So, Delhi is conducting the highest number of tests in the whole world,” the Chief Minister stated.

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