As per official figures, 9,295 tests were conducted (4,108 RTPCR, and 5,187 Rapid Antigen) in the last 24 hours, the lowest single-day number since June 18 when tests were significantly ramped up.
According to authorities, the COVID-19 recovery rate in Delhi has increased to over 89 per cent, while the case positivity rate in the last 24 hours was 7.54 per cent.
Delhi records 613 fresh COVID-19 cases as national capital's tally crosses 1.31 lakh mark, death toll reaches 3,853
Twenty-six fatalities have been recorded in the last 24 hours, a Delhi health department bulletin released on Monday afternoon showed.
The number of active cases is 11,904 now, against 12,657 on Saturday, 13,681 on Friday, 14,554 on Thursday and 14,954 on Wednesday, according to health department bulletins.
Sisodia said there was no need to panic since Delhi's rate of recovery from the virus infection was around 50 per cent.
On its part, the AAP government denies mismatch of figures and it set up an audit committee to whom all hospitals sent death reports.
The Delhi health department said, the 20 deaths reported took place in April and May as per case sheets received from hospitals, and audited by the COVID-19 death committee.