New Delhi: In the national capital Delhi, cases of Covid-19 in Delhi are increasing every day and the death toll is also increasing continuously. Meanwhile, a meeting was held with Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal and made major decisions regarding Corona.
What will happen in the weekend curfew?
Regarding the weekend curfew, Arvind Kejriwal announced that essential services will be kept open, whose wedding dates are fixed and they will be given passes. Malls, gyms, spas, markets and other things will remain closed, cinema halls can run at 30 percent. On the weekend, a market will be opened according to the region only. Kejriwal said that people should work for five days, but try to stay in the houses on weekends. If someone has to go to the hospital, airport, bus station, railway station, those people will be exempt during the weekend curfew. But you have to take a pass for this.
Weekend curfew has been imposed in Delhi amid Corona’s growing crisis. This weekend curfew will start at 10 pm on Friday night and continue till 6 am on Monday.
The weekend curfew will be imposed in Delhi, CM Kejriwal announced, discounts will be given to essential services.
Weekend curfew has been imposed in Delhi amid Corona’s growing crisis. This weekend curfew will start at 10 pm on Friday night and will continue till 6 am on Monday. During this time there will be relaxation of essential services.
No shortage of beds in Delhi’s hospitals: Kejriwal
While addressing the press conference, Arvind Kejriwal said, ‘Coronavirus is increasing rapidly in Delhi, but despite this, more than five thousand beds are empty in hospitals. In some hospitals, if the beds are full and if you have to go to a particular hospital, then there can be a problem. The sick person should get a bed somewhere, whether it is private or a government hospital.
Night curfew is applicable till 30 April in Delhi
In view of the increasing cases of Coronavirus in Delhi, the Delhi Government imposed Night Curfew in Delhi on 6 April, which will remain in force till 30 April. Night curfew will remain in force from 10 am to 5 am.
The city most affected by Delhi covid-19
The national capital Delhi tops the cities affected by the coronavirus. On Wednesday, 17282 new cases of coronavirus infection were reported in Delhi and 104 people died due to infection. The Health Department said that so far the total number of infected in Delhi has reached 7,67,438 and 11540 patients have died. Now active cases of coronavirus infection have also increased to 50736 in the capital. At the same time, so far, a total of 705162 patients have been corona freed by defeating this epidemic.
Status of Covid Beds in Delhi
The Delhi government has ordered that banquet halls be added to hospitals so that the number of beds can be increased. The government is emphasizing increasing the number of covid-19 beds in different hospitals in Delhi. Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain has informed us that a total of 13 thousand beds are ready. Now the number is being increased even more. There is no shortage of ventilators in the capital, the data on the government’s app is absolutely correct. On the delay in the investigation report, the minister said that most of the reports are coming within 24 hours, where there is a delay, action will be taken.