Covid-19 in Delhi: 3.7 lakh surveyed, first time RT-PCR tests more than antigen tests
For the first time, the number of RT-PCR tests in Delhi has exceeded the number of rapid antigen tests, while over 3.7 lakh people have been surveyed as part of the efforts to curb the spread of coronavirus in the national capital, the Union home ministry said on Sunday.
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