From December 21-23, the daily case count had been below the 1000-mark. On Monday, 803 cases were reported, the lowest since August 17; on Tuesday 939 cases were reported and 871 on Wednesday.
However, on Thursday 1,063 cases were recorded, dropping again on Friday.
These 758 caseswere diagnosed following the 85,749 tests conducted the previous day, including 45,521 RT-PCR tests and 40,228 rapid antigen tests,according to the latest bulletin issued by the Delhi health department.
On August 17, Delhi had recorded 787 cases, and 652 on August 16.
The active cases tally on Friday dropped to 7,267 from 7,909 on Thursday.
The bulletin said the total number of cases has climbed to 6,21,439.
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