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400 Health Workers in Delhi Test Positive

Delhi Health Workers

New Delhi| The corona virus has infected more than 400 health workers in the national capital. Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain gave this information on Wednesday. Jain told reporters that on Wednesday, 20 patients of Covid-19 died, with the number of dead reaching 106.

In the bulletin released on Wednesday, the Delhi Health Department said that according to the details received from the hospitals, these 20 deaths occurred during April and May and the committee constituted for the cases related to death from Covid-19. Jain said, “The cases of 20 deaths reported are based on the details of deaths sent by hospitals.” Of these, 346 people have become healthy by beating the infection on Wednesday. With this, 2858 people have been successful in challenging the transition so far. Currently there are 5084 active cases of Corona in Delhi.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal sought opinion from the people of Delhi regarding relief in lockdown. The CM appealed to the common people that they can send their suggestions to the Delhi government by May 13, ie, at 5 pm on Wednesday.

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