One more red zone in Delhi; count remains at 92

New Delhi, April 24 (IANS) The containment zone tally in the national capital on Friday remained at 92 with one new red zone added in the list and one removed.

The new containment or red zone is in Shahdara district — Gali number 18 (House number 701/23 to 500/36B) of Vijay Park in Maujpur area.

In one of its first cases, the Delhi government on Friday “de-contained” a red zone for coronavirus in Vasundhara Enclave area after no new cases were reported from the area.

Mansara Apartments in Vasundhara Enclave was made the containment zone on March 31 after one person was tested positive for coronavirus.

However, with no new case reported, the red zone is being ‘de-contained’, the Delhi government said.

So far, there were 92 containment zones in the city with the highest 19 in the South-East district, followed by West, having 13 red zones.

With 138 new cases and three deaths reported in the last 24 hours, the total coronavirus cases in the national capital reached 2,514 on Friday with the death toll mounting to 53.