Amid the ongoing surge of coronavirus, Delhi CM, Arvind Kejriwal, said on Sunday, that no lockdown will be imposed in Delhi if people agree to follow proper rules like wearing mask, maintaining social distance, getting vaccinated. The national capital is witnessing a large number of cases daily over the past few days.
“No need to panic… be responsible. We don’t want to enforce a lockdown right now… we want to keep curbs as limited as possible, so the common man is not affected. Tomorrow there is a DDMA (Delhi Disaster Management Agency) meeting, and we will review the situation again,” said the CM.
Last week, Arvind Kejriwal urged people to not get panic and follow the protocols. The Chief Minister also urged people to get vaccinated as soon as possible.
Kejriwal also talked about his recovered health from Covid. “I am back at your service after recovering from Corona,” he said, adding that he had self-isolated at home after having a two-day fever.
Yesterday, Delhi reported 22,751 Covid Cases. The graph is likely to increase day by day. Reportedly, Delhi has 513 Omicron cases. Second to Maharashtra. Omicron was firstly detected in South Africa. It is believed that omicron is a mild variant as compared to delta. But still, doctors are advising to take proper precautions.
On Saturday Health Minister Satyendar Jain said “Delhi government is ready to deal with the most serious situation. Delhi’s health system is fully prepared to prevent this wave and provide timely treatment to all people of the state.”