When will Delhi have lockdown? CM Kejriwal responds

New Delhi: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal reached the capital's largest Covid Hospital LNJP on Tuesday and reached there to enquire about the preparations for the hospital. Talking to the media, CM Arvind Kejriwal said that he has inspected the preparations for the hospital along with Dr Suresh who is the chief of the LNJP Hospital.

Praising the LNJP hospital, CM Kejriwal said it is the no.1 hospital in the country. Where most of the patients have been treated and more than 700 deliveries have also taken place during the corona period. On the rising death figures, CM Kejriwal said that there are 130 patients who have turned out to be corona positive accidentally. Earlier there were more oxygen-deficient patients in the wave, but there are more patients who have had accidental corona that came to treat another disease and became infected with corona.

CM Kejriwal further said that we have urged the Central government to implement the restrictions in Delhi in NCR as well. CM Kejriwal says there will be no lockdown in the capital. Kejriwal said the restrictions imposed will also be removed as soon as cases and transition rates come down. Kejriwal says around 20,000 cases will still come up in Delhi.

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