Weekend curfew may end in Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal gave indications-Weekend curfew may end in Delhi? CM Arvind Kejriwal gave indications


Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal- India TV Hindi
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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal

The pace of corona in Delhi has slowed down a bit. Delhi’s apex COVID-19 management body Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) will hold a meeting on Thursday to review the pandemic situation in Delhi. It is expected that some relaxation can be given in view of this in the Kovid restrictions implemented in the capital. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has also given indications regarding this today.

CM Kejriwal said, soon we will try to remove the (Covid) restrictions and bring your life back to normalcy. We are also making continuous efforts in this direction. Because in the last 10 days there has been a decline in corona cases. The positivity rate in Delhi has also come down by about 20 percent. Today it is around 10 percent, while about 10 days ago on January 15, the positivity rate was 30 percent. This has been possible only after continuous vaccination.

Amidst the demand of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) along with traders to remove the weekend curfew and open shops, the permission for relaxation in Delhi will be discussed in this meeting. may be given in view of the improvement in the situation. According to an official source, the government may also consider reopening the schools from February by the end of this month depending on the vaccination status of the students.

Let us tell you, on Monday, there was a decline in the cases of corona virus infection in the country’s capital Delhi. Here the positivity rate has come down to 11.79% from 13 percent a day ago. In the last 24 hours, 5760 new cases were reported in the capital, after which the total number of infected people here increased to 17,97,471. At the same time, 30 patients died of corona in the last 24 hours, after which the number of people who lost their lives due to this virus increased to 25,650. During this, 14,836 patients were able to beat this epidemic, in which a total of 17,26,681 people have been cured so far.



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