India, Sept. 16 -- The Delhi High Court on Wednesday asked a committee appointed by the lieutenant-governor (L-G) of Delhi to immediately convene a meeting "on priority" to chalk out a strategy for increasing the number of RT-PCR tests in the national capital, saying that the rapid antigen test (RATs) was only 60% accurate.

A bench comprising justices Hima Kohli and Subramonium Prasad also asked the Delhi government to provide maps of all community centres and mohalla clinics where testing would be conducted after it told the court that Geospatial Delhi Limited (GSDL) would map test centres in the city.

The court said the Delhi government should ensure that while getting the mapping done, the density of the population in a particular di...