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After reaching their peaks, is it time for Delhi and Mumbai to witness the flattening of covid curve?

After reaching their peaks, is it time for Delhi and Mumbai to witness the flattening of covid curve?
After reaching their peaks, is it time for Delhi and Mumbai to witness the flattening of covid curve?
“Based on available data, Delhi and Mumbai appear to have gained control over the virus,” Public Health Foundation of India president K Srinath Reddy said.

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The number of active cases has fallen in both Mumbai and Delhi compared with a month ago. Growth rate in new cases has dropped below 1% and fewer people are seeking hospital admission. Several pockets in both cities have reported high prevalence of antibodies among the population. All these indicate an improvement in the situation in the two cities, experts said.

MUMBAI | NEW DELHI: The nation’s two biggest cities may possibly be witnessing the beginning of a flattening Covid-19 infection curve, according to experts.The number of active cases has fallen in both Mumbai and Delhi compared with a month ago. Growth rate in new cases has dropped below 1% and fewer people are seeking hospital admission. Several pockets in both cities have reported high prevalence of antibodies among the population. All these
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