New Delhi: In a relief to the national capital, two people treated for the novel coronavirus in Delhi have been discharged from hospitals following their recovery. Notably, Delhi has seven positive cases, including a 68-year-old woman, who died three days back. Also Read - Coronavirus: Total COVID-19 Cases in India Touch 114; Over 5,000 Kept Under Surveillance, Says Health Ministry
“For healthy individuals, the treatment is smooth. There is nothing to fear about contracting the coronavirus”, NDTV quoted one of the two patients who were released on Sunday. The patients, however, have been advised to stay at home for another 14 days. Also Read - Coronavirus: 'Fourth Batch of Indians Evacuated From Iran,' Informs Foreign Minister S Jaishankar
He also showered praise on the facilities at Delhi’s Safdarjung hospital, saying that the health system is well-equipped. Speaking about the isolation ward, the man asserted that there is no need to be scared as it is not like a two-by-two cell without sunlight. Also Read - Coronavirus Outbreak: Tata Motors Asks Staff Members to Work From Home
Meanwhile, the number of novel coronavirus cases in the country rose to 110, with Maharashtra reporting the highest number of cases followed by Kerala.
India had reported its second casualty due to coronavirus on Friday with the death of a 68-year-old woman in Delhi.
The death was caused due to co-morbidity (diabetes and hypertension), the authorities said, adding that the woman had tested positive for COVID-19 and was admitted to Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital.
On Thursday, the first coronavirus death in India was reported from Karnataka.