With the fresh cases, Delhi's infection tally increased to 20,00,641 with a positivity rate of 1.93 per cent.
"Only 10 per cent of the patients were infected with the Covid after the third dose,” said Sisodia.
Delhi recorded 928 fresh COVID-19 cases, lowest in over a week, with a positivity rate of 7.08 per cent and three more fatalities due to the viral disease in a span of 24 hours, on Wednesday.
The national capital recorded 1,323 new COVID cases and two deaths on Thursday while the positivity rate was 6.69 per cent.
It said that with the fresh cases, Delhi's COVID-19 tally increased to 19,05,067 and the death toll climbed to 26,208.
On Tuesday, the national capital had recorded 393 COVID-19 cases and two deaths, while the positivity rate stood at 3.35 per cent.
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.
A statement said that the government handed over a financial aid of Rs 1 crore each to the families of 36 COVID warriors till date.
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.
While the number of fresh cases has gone down in the last three days, the number of patients admitted in hospitals and in home isolation has increased.
Over 70 enforcement teams have been formed in all the 11 districts of the capital so far to check violations, officials said.
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 witnessing a spurt in COVID-19 cases in the past few days, the number of active cases of the disease in the city has now increased to 3,705 from 601 on April 11.
The 'R' or reproductive value indicates the number of people an infected person can spread the disease to, and a pandemic is considered to end if this value goes below one.
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.
The Delhi government had written to the Union Health Ministry, saying that the uptake of precaution doses at private COVID vaccination centres was not very promising.
New Omicron sub-lineages could be driving the current surge of Covid-19 cases in Delhi and surrounding areas, official sources said on Thursday.
Delhi had reported one death and 1,009 fresh COVID cases on Wednesday, the maximum since February 10, with a positivity rate of 5.7 per cent.
It said that necessary changes have been made in the Co-WIN portal for Delhi wherein both 'online appointment and walk-in will be available'.