1819 cases again today

Delhi reports 1819 cases, 11 deaths, and 8838 active cases. No of tests - 67070( RTPCR- 36808). Positivity rate - 2.71% .

Some people are so agenda driven or slow and I am talking english media reporters they start getting excited because cases dropped to half yday. Wont look at the TPR rate.

Here we are at 2.71% if like the health minister of Delhi said we will do minimum 80000 tests a day, we should prepare for 2100 tomorrow. more  

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No causality clearly established between number of cases and measures taken by central government, which used a 4 hour notice in foisting on us a lockdown. Never can there be one, since there are several positives, as scoping of modern tracing technology and science in also dealing with diseases such as tuberculosis. However correlation is there, therefore the need for precautions. Government's has done remarkable job in administering a vaccine for just ₹250 that too if one wants to pay voluntarily, administered at private hospitals, as a 100% safety measure to keep you COVID free. All done highly scientifically with app based tracking. more  
Most unfortunate part is that the Hospitals have started capitalising on the rise of patients. As a news channel showed, hospitals are refusing beds even though the portal shows availability of beds. more  
People are less interested in talking precautions,they will suffer and want us to suffer too. IGNORANCE IS A BLISS.. seems sometimes. more  
Delhi Government is far too busy paying crore to various TV channels for showing a long video of Kejriwal several times n hour. No nee for RT PCR tests. How people of elhi have voted for this rotten man is surprising. more  
This is high time that each one of us has to realize that by strictly following COVID Protocols, we are not only helping ourselves but every one of our friends and relations. more  
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