Arvind Kejriwal Delhi CM
The lockdown has been diced to get extended in Delhi by the Delhi administration by another week. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced it on Sunday. The cases of Covid-19 had continued to show a downward trend. The process of unlocking will be going to begin in Delhi on May 31.
In the last 24 Hours, Delhi had reported 1,600 new Covid-19 cases with a positivity rate of 2.5%. A first lockdown was imposed in the capital on April 19, which was extended many times; the last time, it was extended on May 16.
Kejriwal said, “Delhi was the first to impose lockdown across the country during the second wave of the virus. But within a month, the situation seems to be stabilizing due to the discipline shown by the residents of the national capital.”
He also stated that “The positivity rate has decreased from the all-time high of 36% to 2.5%.In light of this, everybody believes that the lockdown should be extended by a week. There is a possibility that the third wave will not hit if everyone is vaccinated. We are planning to vaccinate everyone as soon as possible. I am in talks with domestic and foreign companies regarding vaccines. We are ready to spend from our budget.”
Source:- The Mint
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