COVID 19: Shops near Delhi's Jama Masjid remain closed on first day of Ramzan

According to the health department, the total number of active cases in the city has gone up to 43,510.

The national capital of country have already witnessing Covid surge in the country, which led to many strict measures in the capital. On April 14, Muslims all across the world began marking holy month of Ramzan with prayers. Amidst the rising case many shops remain closed in a market near Jama Masjid on the first day of the holy month of Ramadan on Wednesday.


The fear of coronavirus was also seen as Jama Masjid area as it witnessed a fewer number of people. People have fear in their mind and also many people are complaining that they are being neglected by the doctors and advised to be isolated in their homes instead of treatment.


The national capital on Tuesday recorded 13,468 new COVID-19 cases. According to the health department, the total number of active cases in the city has gone up to 43,510. A total of 1,02,460 tests, including 64,544 RTPCR, were conducted in the last 24 hours. The positivity rate in the city has gone up to 4.76 per cent. The recovery rate is 92.67 per cent. The city reported the highest single-day Covid spike with 81 deaths here in the last 24 hours yesterday.

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