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COVID: Delhi registers 26,169 new cases, 306 deaths on April 22

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COVID: Delhi registers 26,169 new cases, 306 deaths on April 22

COVID: Delhi registers 26,169 new cases, 306 deaths on April 22

The national capital is the worst hit city by COVID-19.

Delhi registered 26,169 new COVID infections on April 22 which took the total COVID caseload of the city to 9,56,348.

306 new fatalities were reported in Delhi, therefore the death toll mounted to 13,193.

Currently there are 91,618 active cases in the city.

So far, 8,51,537 people have won the battle against COVID in the national capital.

Amid surge in COVID cases, Delhi is facing the shortage of oxygen.


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