After getting recovery form Corona virus Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal talk to media for the first time on Sunday. Kejriwal said that he tested negative for COVID-19 on Sunday. On rising cases of COVID-19, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal said that, there is no immediate plan of his government to impose lockdown in the state.
Kejriwal also said that Delhi is likely to register 22,000 Covid-19 cases on Sunday. He said that there was no compelling reason to freeze as the hospitalization rate is lower than what it was during the second wave of the pandemic when the case numbers were comparative.
No Plan To Impose Lockdown in Delhi
During the second wave of Covid-19 in May last year, Delhi detailed in excess of 20,000 cases each day. Nonetheless, this time, the day by day passings are nearly extremely low than the second Covid wave”. Delhi used to enlist in excess of 300 passings because of Covid-19 every day around then, yet presently the day by day passings have declined to a solitary digit number, he added.
The CM was determined to have Covid-19 on January 4, a day after he went to a political meeting in survey bound Uttarakhand. Kejriwal on his recuperation from Covid-19 said, “Subsequent to having fever for two days because of COVID, and finishing 7-8 days in home segregation, I am once again at your administration; doing fine at this point.
CM Kejriwal said that – the number on death’s and hospitalisations is very low this time, compared to last wave which came in April-May last year. He also said that “on may 7, 2021 20,000 beds were full in delhi, but yesterday only 1500 beds were full.
Arvind Kejriwal urged people to take there COVID-19 vaccine. He also said that ” Taking Vaccines does not mean that you will not be infected with Corona, but taking vaccines will reduces the risk to your life”.