Researchers found that among 24 reported cases, Delta was seven-fold more likely to lead to vaccination breakthrough infections than non-Delta lineages.
Only one fatality due to coronavirus has been reported this month, on September 7, as per the official figures.
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.
Not received any letter from Centre seeking info on deaths due to oxygen scarcity in Delhi: Deputy CM
'I read in newspaper reports that the Centre is saying that it has asked state governments to share the number of oxygen-related deaths,' Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said.
'Zero Oxygen deaths' report given to HC was preliminary, made in a day: Delhi minister Satyendar Jain
Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain had said there have been many deaths due to oxygen shortage in Delhi and other places across the country during the second wave of Covid.
The order issued by the Directorate of Family Welfare said, all slots, booked online or availed through walk-in shall be reserved.
On July 11, the city had recorded 45 COVID-19 cases, the lowest single-day rise in over a year, and three deaths while the positivity rate stood at 0.08 per cent.
The case fatality rate stands at 1.74 per cent. Delhi had recorded four deaths on March 30 and an equal number of fatalities on March 23, while it recorded a single fatality on March 21.
The announcement came even as Delhi reported a positivity rate of around 1.59 per cent and 1,141 new cases in the last 24 hours.
As per the latest health bulletin, these new fatalities pushed the COVID-19 death toll in the national capital to 22,831.
Delhi Health Minister said there is an acute shortage of Amphotericin-B injections used in the treatment of black fungus or mucormycosis in the entire country.
This is the second consecutive day when Delhi has recorded less than 10,000 cases in a day.
The petitioner had sought direction to the respondents to either suspend the usage or cancel issuance of challans during the lockdown imposed in Delhi, or till the COVID-19 situation becomes better.
Many took to Twitter to share their experiences of getting vaccinated in the mega drive, which they said was done by "calm professionals" in a seamless manner while maintaining all protocols.
Many took to the micro-blogging site Twitter to share their experiences of getting vaccinated in the mega drive, which they said was done by "calm professionals" in a seamless manner.