Photos: Delhi’s daily Covid-19 cases below 10K, first time since April 10

  • Delhi on May 14, reported 8,506 new cases of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19), the lowest since April 10. Average daily cases have now fallen by roughly 40% compared to two weeks before, with the test positivity rate reducing by roughly 12.74%. As of May 14 there were 71,794 active cases in Delhi whereas roughly a fortnight ago, active cases in the city were hovering close to the 100,000 mark.
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Health workers inspect Covid-19 patients at the Ramlila Maidan Covid Care Centre near LNJP hospital, New Delhi on May 15. Delhi recorded 8,506 new cases of Covid-19 on May 14, the lowest since April 10, with a nearly four-week long lockdown in the Capital finally bringing its overburdened health infrastructure some breathing room, HT reported.(Ravi Choudhary / PTI)

Health workers inspect Covid-19 patients at the Ramlila Maidan Covid Care Centre near LNJP hospital, New Delhi on May 15. Delhi recorded 8,506 new cases of Covid-19 on May 14, the lowest since April 10, with a nearly four-week long lockdown in the Capital finally bringing its overburdened health infrastructure some breathing room, HT reported.(Ravi Choudhary / PTI)

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A healthcare worker in PPE coveralls tends to a Covid-19 patient at Shehnai Banquet Hall Covid care centre attached to LNJP Hospital, in New Delhi on May 14. Delhi’s test positivity rate too fell to 12.4%, the lowest since April 11, suggesting that the outbreak is receding after a punishing surge that began in mid-April and abated only in recent days.(Amal KS / HT Photo)

A healthcare worker in PPE coveralls tends to a Covid-19 patient at Shehnai Banquet Hall Covid care centre attached to LNJP Hospital, in New Delhi on May 14. Delhi’s test positivity rate too fell to 12.4%, the lowest since April 11, suggesting that the outbreak is receding after a punishing surge that began in mid-April and abated only in recent days.(Amal KS / HT Photo)

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The body of a Covid-19 victim brought in at Jhandewalan crematorium in New Delhi, on May 14. There were 289 more deaths due to Covid-19 on May 14, the government’s health bulletin showed.(Amal KS / HT Photo)

The body of a Covid-19 victim brought in at Jhandewalan crematorium in New Delhi, on May 14. There were 289 more deaths due to Covid-19 on May 14, the government’s health bulletin showed.(Amal KS / HT Photo)

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A deserted view of Jama Masjid during Eid-al-Fitr festival amid a COVID-19 induced lockdown, in New Delhi on May 14. The current lockdown ends on May 17, but it will likely be extended.(Amal KS / HT Photo)

A deserted view of Jama Masjid during Eid-al-Fitr festival amid a COVID-19 induced lockdown, in New Delhi on May 14. The current lockdown ends on May 17, but it will likely be extended.(Amal KS / HT Photo)

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Health workers at a Covid care centre, in New Delhi on May 11. Average daily cases have now fallen by roughly 40% compared to two weeks before, with the test positivity rate reducing by roughly 12.74 percentage points, HT reported.(ANI)

Health workers at a Covid care centre, in New Delhi on May 11. Average daily cases have now fallen by roughly 40% compared to two weeks before, with the test positivity rate reducing by roughly 12.74 percentage points, HT reported.(ANI)

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A worker collects unclaimed ashes of Covid-19 victims, at Nigambodh Ghat, in New Delhi, on May 14. At its worst, the outbreak led to 28,395 new cases on April 20 and the positivity rate touched a record 36% on April 22.(Amal KS / HT Photo)

A worker collects unclaimed ashes of Covid-19 victims, at Nigambodh Ghat, in New Delhi, on May 14. At its worst, the outbreak led to 28,395 new cases on April 20 and the positivity rate touched a record 36% on April 22.(Amal KS / HT Photo)

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An electronic display board shows the number of vacant beds at LNJP Hospital, in New Delhi on May 15. As of May 14, there were 71,794 active cases in Delhi, the lowest since April 19.(Ravi Choudhary / PTI)

An electronic display board shows the number of vacant beds at LNJP Hospital, in New Delhi on May 15. As of May 14, there were 71,794 active cases in Delhi, the lowest since April 19.(Ravi Choudhary / PTI)

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A view of a medical oxygen plant in Mayapuri industrial area, New Delhi on May 12. Roughly a fortnight ago, active cases in Delhi were hovering close to the 100,000 mark – the number peaked at 99,752 on April 28 -- the highest ever recorded, HT reported.(Ajay Aggarwal / HT Photo)

A view of a medical oxygen plant in Mayapuri industrial area, New Delhi on May 12. Roughly a fortnight ago, active cases in Delhi were hovering close to the 100,000 mark – the number peaked at 99,752 on April 28 -- the highest ever recorded, HT reported.(Ajay Aggarwal / HT Photo)

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