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As of Tuesday, the national capital’s COVID-19 case count mounted to over 2.53 lakh with 3,816 more people contracting the viral disease, while 37 fresh fatalities pushed the death toll to 5,051, according to the Delhi health department bulletin.
The positivity rate stood at 6.47 per cent while the recovery rate was over 85 per cent, the bulletin had said, adding that the case fatality rate stood at two per cent.
The Delhi government has significantly ramped up testing in the past few days. The number of tests conducted and corresponding fresh cases reported, ranged from 24,198 (2,312) on September 1 to 61,973 (4,071) on September 19.