No lockdown in Delhi: Kejriwal

New Delhi, 10/4 (AO Bureau)Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal visited the Lok Nayak Hospital in Delhi today and took stock of the arrangements, amidst increasing cases of corona in Delhi. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that people should get good arrangements in the hospital, this is our endeavor. The Chief Minister ruled out the possibility of a lockdown in Delhi but also said that some restrictions need to be imposed which will be announced soon.

Regarding the rising corona cases in Delhi, the CM said that the corona cases have been increasing very fast in the whole country and in the same time, there has been an increase in the corona cases in Delhi too. On the one hand we need to intensify vaccination and on the other hand we need to prevent the spread of infection. Also, hospital management also needs to be repaired. This is the fourth wave of Corona has arrived in Delhi. The last wave came in November and after that the cases were reduced so much that there was some loosening in the system.

Regarding the visit of Loknayak Hospital, the Chief Minister said that I have been reviewing for the last few days and have seen the entire system of LNJP back today. We were preparing back in November, which was our preparation. The November wave was handled very well by doctors and nurses in Delhi. The Delhi Government and all the hospitals are jointly preparing for the same level of preparation. Today LNJP has inspected what is needed in the hospital, MS and doctors told us, they will complete all those things and will not let the people of Delhi suffer any kind. If someone is ill and needs a hospital, then it is our best effort that he gets a system in the best hospital.

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