No lockdown in Delhi, though Coronavirus situation uncontrollable : Arvind Kejriwal

New Delhi, 11/4 (AO Bureau): Coronavirus has become uncontrollable once again in Delhi, the country’s capital. In the last 24 hours, more than 10 thousand cases have worried the common people as well as the government. In the capital, this figure of corona infects is increasing continuously. In such a situation, after the restrictions imposed by the government, there are also speculations of lockdown.

However, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal (CM Arvind Kejriwal), who is holding a press conference regarding Corona, said that a dangerous wave of Corona is going on in Delhi. The Delhi government does not want to impose lockdown, but there are some restrictions imposed under compulsion tomorrow. In the report that will come today, 10732 cases have come up in 24 hours. People are appealed to come out of the house only when it is very important.

Kejriwal said, “I am not in favor of lockdown. Any government should put a lockdown when the arrangement of hospitals collapsed. Your cooperation is needed. If hospitals fall short in Delhi, it may be that Delhi does not have to be locked down. We have asked the Center several times to remove all the restrictions on vaccination. We will apply the vaccine to all Delhiites within two to three months.

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