EVEN as there was a fall in daily cases, Delhi on Thursday logged 43 Covid-19 deaths, the highest since June 10 last year, when the infection had led to 44 single-day fatalities.
Another area of concern is hospitalisation as seen in a 34 per cent increase when compared to the data of January 10. On previous Monday, a total of 1,999 patients were admitted while 2,698 patients were admitted on Thursday. As per the latest health bulletin, 844 patients were in ICU, 903 on oxygen support while another 152 on ventilator support.
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