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Chief Minister Kejriwal says no permanent lockdown

There is not something to be frightened of, underlined Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, focusing on that the state government is four strides in front of the coronavirus sickness.

“It involves concern yet it is not something to be terrified of. I guarantee you that your legislature is four strides in front of coronavirus,” said CM Kejriwal today. The CM additionally underscored that the nation can’t be in a perpetual lockdown. There is an across the nation lockdown, till May 31, set up to end the spread of the coronavirus malady.

“Delhi is seeing a flood in Covid-19 cases, we acknowledge it. In any case, there is nothing to stress over, I guarantee you that we are completely arranged. We can’t be in a perpetual lockdown,” according to him. Out of the all just 2100 are in medical clinics, the rest are experiencing treatment at their homes. The CM said 6,500 beds are prepared and another 9,500 beds will be prepared by one week from now.

“The vast majority of the individuals are recuperating, and they are recouping at home. There is no compelling reason to freeze,” according to CM Kejriwal.

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