“People were not exposed to an infected virus; the increase in cases appears to be a mini-increase,” says HRMS’ Dr Dhiren Gupta
After a recent surge in COVID-19 cases in India and Delhi, Dr. Dhiren Gupta, Senior Pediatric Pulmonologist, HRMS, said people who were not exposed to the virus are now infected.
“Currently the increase in Covid cases seems like a mini-push. Children have typical cold symptoms and hospitalizations are much less,” added Dr. Gupta.
Delhi reported 1,204 new COVID-19 cases and one death, while the positivity rate stood at 4.64%, according to data shared by the health department here on Tuesday.
The nation’s capital had reported 1,011 cases and one death on Monday, while the positivity rate rose to 6.42%.
India‘s COVID-19 count has seen a slight decline as the country reported 2,483 new cases in the past 24 hours, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare informed on Tuesday.
On Monday, India recorded 2,541 cases of COVID-19.
With 2,483 new coronavirus infections reported in one day, India’s total COVID-19 cases rose to 4, 30, 62,569, while active cases dropped to 15,636, according to data from the Ministry of Health. Union Health.
The death toll jumped to 5 23,622 with 1,399 new fatalities as Assam reconciled 1,347 deaths and Kerala 47 due to the infection, according to ministry data.
(With PTI entries)
Posted: Tuesday April 26th 2022, 9:27 PM IST