Over 14.13 lakh patients have recovered from the disease, according to data shared by the health department here.
A total of 72,481 tests, including 49,734 RT-PCR tests and 22,747 rapid antigen tests, were conducted a day ago, the bulletin said.
A total of 61,968 tests, including 47,028 RT-PCR and 14,940 rapid antigen tests, were conducted a day ago, according to the bulletin.
Delhi has not recorded any fatality due to the virus in September so far. The low number of cases can also be attributed to fewer tests (54,611) conducted on Sunday.
The city did not report any death due to Covid-19 for the fifth consecutive day on Sunday while 30 fresh infections took the total tally to 14,37,959.
This is also the 23rd time since the start of the second wave of the pandemic in the national capital that zero fatality has been reported in a day.
Though attendance was thin in most city schools because of heavy rain, students were happy to meet friends after 17 months
The low number of cases can also be attributed to fewer tests conducted the previous day.
Several experts over the past few weeks warned of a third wave looming, expressing concerns that it may affect the children specifically.
Delhi reported 38 fresh coronavirus cases and four deaths, while the positivity rate stood at 0.07 per cent on Tuesday.
This means that lactating women will be able to get themselves vaccinated at the sites where they go for routine immunisation of their children.
Will take another year to vaccinate all adults at current rate of vaccine supply: Delhi health department
Officials said around 1.5 crore beneficiaries are eligible for COVID-19 vaccination in the national capital and three crore doses are required to fully inoculate them.
The weekly markets were closed after the lockdown was imposed in Delhi on April 19 due to the surge in cases during the second Covid wave.
The city reported 44 fresh cases of coronavirus infection and five related deaths on Friday while the positivity rate fell to 0.06 per cent.
A bench of Justices Vipin Sanghi and Jasmeet Singh appreciated the stand taken by the department saying a very fair approach has been taken on the issue.