The city government has been ramping up health infrastructure to prevent a repeat of the crisis witnessed during the peak of the second wave of coronavirus in April and May.
This is the 20th time since the start of the second Covid wave in the national capital that zero fatality has been logged in a day.
Twenty-five fresh cases of Covid-19, the lowest since April 15 last year, and two deaths due to the disease were recorded on Thursday, August 19, while the positivity rate stood at 0.04 per cent.
Delhi reported 53 fresh COVID-19 cases and zero fatalities on Sunday, while the positivity rate stood at 0.08 per cent.
This is the ninth time since the starting of the second wave of the pandemic that zero fatality has been logged in the city in a day.
As of Thursday morning, the balance stock of the vaccines — Covaxin and Covishield — were 3,37,670 and 5,76,490 doses, respectively.
This is the third time since the start of the second wave of the pandemic in the national capital that zero fatality has been logged in a day.
The city reported 67 fresh cases of coronavirus infection and three related deaths on Wednesday while the positivity rate stood at 0.09 per cent.
According to Delhi government’s vaccine bulletin, more than 95 lakh Covid vaccine doses were administered in the city till Wednesday, July 21, 2021.
Delhi recorded 62 coronavirus cases at a positivity rate of 0.09 per cent and four fatalities, according to a health bulletin issued on Wednesday.
The Kejriwal government is still ready for an independent audit of each death due to oxygen shortage if the Centre allows it to form the committee, he added.
The national capital has recorded 14,34,554 COVID-19 cases since the pandemic began last year.
These new fatalities have pushed the death toll in the the national capital to 24,914.
Activist Aniket Gaurav had requested for responses on three questions Deaths owing to shortage of oxygen, ventilators and beds from Delhi government as well as some centrally run hospitals.
The fatality rate in the city stands at 1.69 per cent, while the case positivity rate is 1.25 per cent.