Corona: When will restrictions be lifted in Delhi

New Delhi: A lockdown has not been imposed in the country's capital Delhi amid the growing corona havoc, but strict restrictions are in place. Meanwhile, Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain has said that if corona cases come down in two to three days, the Delhi government can remove or give concessions to the restrictions imposed.

Satyendra Jain has informed that about 25,000 corona cases will be registered in Delhi today. He said corona cases have now stabilized in Delhi, and restrictions will be lifted if corona cases are reduced in two to three days. Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain said delhi has been recording more than 20,000 cases continuously for several days, but it is a good sign that the positivity rate in Delhi has now come to a standstill around 25%. Deaths are caused by comorbidity (no other disease with covid).

Health Minister Satyendra Jain further said that yesterday (Tuesday) our 12,400 beds were empty and 2200 beds were admitted to patients. The number of hospitalised admitted has not been increasing for the last 3-4 days, it seems that new cases will decline soon.

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