Delhi's uncontrolled infection increases patients in three of our districts: Anil Vij

Chandigarh: The corona virus in Delhi is being affected by the uncontrollable corona virus in Haryana. This has led to a very high transition rate in three cities of Haryana adjoining Delhi. We don't have to panic about it. This was stated by Home and Health Minister Anil Vij in a press conference on Sunday. He said, haryana has adequate health arrangements to get rid of corona.

Whether the patients come from Delhi or elsewhere, full treatment is being given in Haryana. Vij said the increasing corona cases in Delhi have had an impact in the NCR area. This has increased the infection rate in Gurugram, Faridabad and Sonepat. New cases of 9,000 coronas have been reported in the state on Saturday. Half of them are from Gurugram, Faridabad and Sonepat districts. This is the impact of Delhi. The health department has all the arrangements to get rid of the infection. Adequate quantity of equipment and medicines are present in the State to get rid of the third wave. The patients are being treated properly. Children in the age group of 15 to 18 years who have not been vaccinated will not be admitted when the school opens.

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