- CM Arvind Kejriwal reported augmentation of Covid-19 lockdown in the National capital till May 24.
- Rather than tomorrow, lockdown is reached out till next Monday, 5 am in Delhi,” Kejriwal said.
- Delhi on Saturday recorded 6,430 new Covid-19 cases and 337 additional fatalities.
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal reported augmentation of Covid-19 lockdown in the public capital till May 24. “We are broadening the lockdown for one more week.
Rather than tomorrow, lockdown is reached out till next Monday, 5 am in Delhi,” Kejriwal said while addressing correspondents.
The Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal stated:
Kejriwal said that the lockdown is being reached out as the increases made so far in fighting Covid-19 can’t be lost because of relaxations.
“The recuperation rate is going up, and the inspiration rate is going down. Just now, around 6,500 new cases have been recorded in Delhi, and the energy rate has dropped to 10% – down from 11% the earlier day. We can’t allow our gatekeepers to down now,” the Delhi CM said.
When asked whether Delhi metro administration would continue, the central priest said, “Restrictions will stay as it is this week.”
Movement of people and economic activities are prohibited in the lockdown:
Development of individuals and monetary exercises are disallowed in the lockdown with exceptions for those occupied with fundamental administrations and the inventory network of fundamental products.
Metro administrations will keep on leftover suspended, and public transports have been approached to cater just too fundamental specialist co-ops.
The is the fourth time that the lockdown has been extended:
The fourth time the lockdown, which was first forced on April 19, has been stretched out in the public capital. It was planned to end at 5 am on Monday.
Discussing the Covid-19 cases in Delhi, Kejriwal, prior on Saturday, said that the public capital has recorded under 10,000 cases just now, which is the first run through this month.
During a virtual press conference on Saturday, Kejriwal stated:
In a virtual public interview on Saturday, Kejriwal said that the lockdown had assumed a significant part in checking the spread of Covid-19 in Delhi and affirmed that individuals should avoid potential risk to guarantee that cases don’t rise.
Delhi on Saturday recorded 6,430 new Covid-19 cases and 337 additional fatalities, while the energy rate plunged to 11.32 per cent, specialists said. The public capital had recorded 8,506 new cases on Friday.
Kejriwal had also talked about starting an oxygen concentrator bank:
Kejriwal had likewise discussed beginning an oxygen concentrator bank. “Fundamental to give oxygen to Covid patients, on schedule. We have begun this for such patients. 200 such banks set up in each area.
Our group will give the concentrator at the doorstep of patients in home disengagement, if necessary,” he added.