At one time in the national capital Delhi, by the end of July, there was talk of increasing the number of corona infected to cross five lakh. But the high speed of Corona was controlled in Delhi and the pace of increase in the number of infected people slowed down. The recovery rate of corona infected also increased and now the result is that the number of containment zones is also decreasing.

With the increasing recovery rate, the people who are facing the suspension of the containment zone so far have also got a big relief. Due to the re-designing of the Containment Zone in Delhi, nearly two and a half million people have become free from restrictions. According to the government data received by ‘Aaj Tak’, 2 lakh 41 thousand 888 people of Delhi have got rid of the ban of Containment Zone.

‘Smxnow’ has got exclusive information about how many containment zones were in Delhi on 27 July and after re-designing how many containment zones have been reduced in different districts till 1 August. Apart from this, the most important information in these figures is that due to the high number of containment zones in different districts of Delhi, how much of the population was affected by the ban on July 27, and after re-designing till August 1 The population is being affected by the ban.

There were 59 containment zones in Central Delhi district on 27 July. Then 53747 people were affected by the ban. On 1 August, the number of containment zones has come down to 39. Now 8013 people are under ban.

There were 54 containment zones in East Delhi district on 27 July. 8772 people were affected by the ban. On 1 August, the number of containment zones has come down to 50, due to which 8179 people are now affected by the ban.

There were 50 containment zones in New Delhi district on July 27, when the 6604 population here was under the ban. On August 1, 39 Containment Zones are left, due to which only 5083 people will be affected by the restrictions.

There were 81 containment zones in North Delhi district on 27 July, when the effect of the ban was on 25884 population. On 1 August, 59 Containment Zones were left, which will now affect the restrictions on 17088 people.

There were 40 Containment Zones in North East Delhi District on July 27, due to which 4352 people were under the ban. On August 1, 24 Containment Zones remain, now only 1535 people will be affected by the restrictions.

There were 49 containment zones in North West Delhi district on 27 July, which had a ban on the population of 15,991 people, while by 1 August the number of containment zones had come down to 28, which would now affect only 11215 people.

There were 43 containment zones in Shahdara district on 27 July. With this 13566 people were under the ban. Now the number of containment zones has come down to seven, due to which only 1327 people will be affected by the restrictions.

There were 77 containment zones in South District on 27 July. 79130 people were affected by this ban. Now the number of containment zones has come down to 50. With this, 27940 people will be under the ban.

There were 31 containment zones in the south-eastern district on 27 July. The effect of the ban was on 73612 people. On 1 August, the number of containment zones has come down to 30, due to which only 7517 people will be under the ban.

There were 127 containment zones in South-Western district on 27 July. The impact of the ban was on 55918 people. On 1 August, the number of containment zones has come down to 109. With this, only 12533 ​​people will be under ban.

There were 104 containment zones in Western district on 27 July. With this, 10523 people were under ban. On August 1, the number of containment zones has come down to 61, which will affect 5781 people.

According to government figures, 3,48,099 people were living in restrictions in 715 containment zones, but now only 1,06,211 people have remained under the ban in 496 containment zones.

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