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Delhi records less than 10,000 COVID-19 cases for the second consecutive day

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Delhi recorded 6,430 new COVID-19 cases and 337 fatalities on Saturday. The positivity rate has dipped to 11.32 per cent. This is the second consecutive day when Delhi has recorded less than 10,000 fresh cases.

"Today, even lesser cases of coronavirus have been recorded in Delhi. In the past 24 hours, about 6,500 cases have come up. Yesterday, we had 8,500 cases. In the last 24 hours, the infection rate has declined even further to 11 per cent, while it was 12 per cent yesterday," Kejriwal said earlier in the day.

"The virus is reducing in Delhi slowly and steadily, and I hope it diminishes completely and does not rise again. However, we are not going to become negligent in any way," he added.

As of Saturday, the total cases in the capital city stand at 13,87,411.

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