Eminent epidemiologist Dr Chandrakant Lahariya said the test positivity rate is stagnant which means the infection is spreading at the same rate and there is no wave.
LNJP Hospita, which was the first hospital dedicated for COVID-19 patients, has 2,000 beds and is the mainstay of the government's fight against the pandemic.
The number of patients in home isolation has doubled in the last 6 days with the numbers recording 3,067 on Monday.
The hospitalisation rate has accounted for less than three per cent of the total active cases, according to data.
With the national capital seeing a spurt in COVID-19 cases in the past few days, the number of active cases has increased to 3,253 from 601 on April 11.
This was the maximum number of cases recorded in Delhi since February 10 when 1,104 infections were reported.
While no new death has been reported in the city due to the coronavirus, the city had on Monday recorded 501 cases and zero death while the positivity rate stood at 7.72 per cent.
With the new cases, the city's infection tally has risen to 18,69,051 while the death toll stood at 26,160 as no new fatality was reported.
While the numbers of cases at the peak of the current wave were similar as recorded in the previous wave, the number of hospitalisations and deaths was very low.
The national capital on Monday recorded four Covid-19 deaths. This is the first time the death rate dipped since January 8 when a total of seven deaths were reported.
While the Centre has dropped the clause that mandated parental consent for students to physically attend classes from its guidelines, the Delhi government has decided to continue with the clause.
A total of 53,719 COVID-19 tests were conducted in the city the previous day, according to the data shared by the city health department.
Delhi had on Thursday reported 2,668 cases with a positivity rate of 4.3 per cent, and 13 deaths.
According to officials, the large number of fatalities is mainly due to existing comorbid conditions and increasing cold waves recorded in this extreme winter.
According to the latest bulletin, the national capital's case count has increased to 18,23,815 and the death toll to 25,797.