New Delhi: Corona cases are increasing in Delhi. But Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has said that there is no need to panic. The situation is under control. There is no need to be afraid at all about the Corona situation in Delhi. In a virtual press conference on the growing cases of corona in Delhi, CM Arvind Kejriwal said that "I spoke to many experts. Some say that this is the second phase of the pandemic. Some say that it is not. But there is no need to worry. The situation is completely under control".
CM Kejriwal said that "I have come from time to time to inform you about the situation since the corona pandemic started 5 months ago. In June, we had said that the situation is deteriorating and there may be 5.50 lakh infected cases by 31 July, but today I am telling you that there is absolutely no need to panic". CM Kejriwal said that
"There should be no death due to corona. Yesterday (Saturday) 2914 cases of corona were registered and 13 people lost their lives".
He further said that "The death should not increase, but if we compare it with the world, it is very less. There were 2737 case reports on Friday and 19 people died". CM Kejriwal said that "On June 27, 2900 cases were registered and 66 people died that day. But today, 10 to 20 people are dying. If 100 people are getting ill in Delhi at the moment, then only one person is dying, it is less than the national average".