121 Deaths Added, 10-day Death Rate Stands At 1.83%
Millennium Post Delhi|November 24, 2020
Shah launches 6-Hr RT-PCR tests at rs 499; Delhi govt adds Covid beds
Aaisha Sabir

NEW DELHI: Delhi on Monday continued to add over 100 deaths from the virus as the official health bulletin showed 4,450 new COVID-10 cases emerging in the last 24 hours. In the same time, the city reported 121 deaths from the contagious disease, taking the toll to 8,512.

However, RT-PCR tests are fast catching up to rapid antigen tests, with almost the same number of both tests conducted in the last 24 hours. A total of 37,307 tests were conducted on Sunday, of which 18,046 were RT-PCR tests.

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