In Delhi, the infection rate is decreasing, but in the meantime, while taking a decision on the lockdown, Kejriwal says that the war is still going on. In this case, the lockdown is being extended for a week.
In the country’s capital Delhi, new cases of corona and infection rates have come down. At the same time, the suspicion of increasing or eliminating lockdown amid decreasing transition rates is now over. On Sunday, the Kejriwal government has once again extended the lockdown and ordered it to remain in force for a week. In such a situation, the restrictions will continue till May 31 in Delhi.
CM said that if the continuation of cases continues and the condition seems to improve, then from May 31, we will start the process of unlocking. Let us know that the lockdown which started in Delhi from April 18 was going to end on May 24, but before that CM has announced to extend it a week more.
While giving the press conference on Sunday, CM Kejriwal said that due to the discipline of Delhi in a month, the wave of Corona seems to be weakening. In April, the infection rate reached 36%, today fewer people are being infected. He said that 1600 cases have been reported in the last 24 hours on Sunday.
The situation is getting better with the efforts of Delhiites against Corona, we have to remain disciplined in this way.
At the same time, Kejriwal also talked about the lack of vaccine. He said that there is a shortage of vaccines, but we will solve the problem of the vaccine together. Meanwhile, he also discussed about doctors and medical staff during the epidemic. He said that doctors and nurses are fully engaged in service. Meanwhile, we have also lost many of our doctors. He said that the war is yet to take place. Still more than one thousand cases are coming.