Corona cases have increased rapidly in many countries of the world. At present, the cases of infection in India from the new variant of Corona, Omicron, have started increasing very rapidly. From the country’s capital Delhi to the financial capital Mumbai, there has been an increase in the cases of Covid. On December 25, i.e. Christmas Day, 249 new cases of corona infection have been reported in Delhi, while one patient has died. This is the highest number of cases in Delhi after June 11. At the same time, 96 patients have been cured of Covid in the last 24 hours. At present, there are 934 active cases in Delhi.
According to the statement issued by the government, so far 14,43,062 cases of Covid have been reported in the capital Delhi. At the same time, 25,104 patients have died due to Covid infection so far. At the same time, 14,17,024 people have been cured of Covid.
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The havoc caused in the Christmas of the people of Delhi-
Christian community in the national capital Delhi celebrated Christmas with caution on Saturday amid the threat of the omicron form of the corona virus, and a small number of people thronged churches. Where people used to wait eagerly for this day earlier, then this time they are waiting, but that enthusiasm, enthusiasm is not there. Because due to this epidemic, people have to follow the guide line.
The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) on Wednesday directed the district magistrates to ensure that there is no gathering in the capital for Christmas and New Year celebrations, in view of the rising cases of corona virus and the threat of spreading the infection.
According to the DDMA, festivals and prayers can be organized in religious places on the occasion of Christmas and New Year and people will also be allowed to enter. During this, standard operating procedures and all guidelines related to Covid-19 will have to be strictly followed.
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