The fresh infections and positivity rate have seen a slight increase from the previous day's figures.
Heads of Departments of all clinical departments have been requested to provide a proposed number of new and follow-up OPD patients per day who are to be given online/telephonic appointments.
According to government data, 13,66,731 first doses and 99,046 second doses have been administered to people in the 18-44 age group in Delhi.
'The new oxygen plants at nine hospitals across Delhi being added today to strengthen our preparations to fight Covid,' Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said.
The high prevalence of antibodies in the survey was not surprising since the city had witnessed as many as 8,500 daily cases in November 2020.
There are 57 lakh people in Delhi in the 45 plus age group and of them, 27 lakh have been given the first dose of the vaccine while 30 lakh are yet to get the jab, Kejriwal said in an online briefing.
The rules also permit the holders of the necessary licences to serve liquor in open spaces such as terraces, the courtyards of clubs, bars and restaurants.
As per the latest health bulletin, these new fatalities pushed the death toll from COVID-19 here to 23,951.
The patient responded well to the infusion of the antibody cocktail and went home after an hour of observation, hospital authorities said.
The college had started a COVID-19 isolation centre last month as a tribute to one of its professors, Sangita Sharma, who succumbed to the virus, principal Pratyush Vatsala said.
The announcement came even as Delhi reported a positivity rate of around 1.59 per cent and 1,141 new cases in the last 24 hours.
After allotment of the concentrator, a team visits the patients & explains to the family the handling and functioning of the device
“Kejriwal government is mainly responsible for this high number of deaths in the city. People were made to pay Rs 2,400 for RT-PCR tests and Rs 1,300 for antigen tests.
The court said the representation by the Mahatma Hazarilal Memorial Trust be decided in accordance with the law, rules, regulations and government policy applicable to the case.
The Delhi high court has directed the city police to conduct inquiry into politicians involved in distribution of COVID-19 medicines and other items, said a senior police official.