December 3, 2022

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City Records 739 Fresh Covid-19 Cases, 4 Deaths; Positivity Rate At 1.48%

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Delhi Coronavirus Relaxation Guidelines, Delhi Weather Today, Delhi Today News, DU Reopening, Delhi Seemapuri News Updates: Some DU students attended college for the first time since admission, while several colleges witnessed an attendance of over 50 percent.

Delhi Live News: Delhi on Thursday recorded 739 fresh Covid-19 cases and five related deaths, according to the city’s health department data. The positivity rate currently stands at 1.48 per cent, which has been fluctuating between 1.3 to 2 percent for the past few days. The national capital’s cumulative number of cases has now reached 18,54,167 and the death toll to 26,091.

After nearly 2 years of online classes, Delhi University colleges on Thursday kicked off physical classes with strict Covid-19 protocols. Some students attended college for the first time since admission, while several colleges witnessed an attendance of over 50 percent.

Two days after Punjabi actor and activist Deep Sidhu died in a road accident after his Mahindra Scorpio allegedly rammed into a truck on Kundli-Manesar-Palwal (KMP) highway in Sonepat, police Thursday arrested the truck driver in the case.

A day after the district administration ordered 140 families residing in NBCC Green View group housing society in Sector 37-D to vacate their houses by March 1 citing safety concerns, residents said they were in a state of panic and uncertainty.

“The authorities have asked us to vacate in two weeks, but there is no clarity or a concrete plan about the refund. They have assured that the NBCC will refund within a month, but what if the builder reneges? We will be left in limbo. We cannot vacate till we receive a refund. No alternative accommodation plans have been shared with us… We complained about poor workmanship and structural issues several times but the administration has only woken up now after the tragic incident at Chintels Paradiso…,” said S C Kaushik, vice-president, Association of Apartment Owners (AOAO), NBCC Green View Group Housing.

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