The lockdown has been extended by a week after rising cases of corona in Delhi. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced it on Saturday evening. Earlier there was a lockdown till 5 am on May 3, which has been increased to 5 am on May 10. During this period, the same rules will be applied as before.
The lockdown started in Delhi from 10 pm on 19 April, which was to run till 5 am on 26 April. Kejriwal extended a week-long lockdown on April 25 before the lockdown was over. He said that lockdown is the last weapon against infection.
More than 20 thousand corona cases are coming out here for the last 15 days. The last time on 16 April, 19 thousand 486 corona cases (less than 20 thousand) were revealed. Corona’s report of 27,047 people came positive on Friday. 375 patients have also died due to infection.
The High Court asked the Delhi Government – Why was the army not taken help?
Earlier, during the Delhi High Court hearing on lack of oxygen supply, beds and medicines in Delhi hospitals, the Delhi government said that the government is increasing the number of beds in the capital to 15 thousand, but we have oxygen for these beds Is not. On this, the court questioned why the Delhi government has not tried to help the army till now? The court said that if you take help from the army, then they will work at their level. They will also have their own infrastructure.
Gautam Gambhir will distribute 200 oxygen concentrators free
BJP MP from East Delhi Lok Sabha seat Gautam Gambhir will give 200 oxygen concentrators free to the needy. He said that this work will be started from Sunday. For this, the needy will have to give the information of doctor’s form and oxygen level of the patient. Financially weaker people will get this facility even if they show cards. As security, a check will be deposited after 7 to 10 days. We will not use that check, but it is necessary to stop black marketing of oxygen.
More than 25 thousand people got well
25,288 people have recovered in Delhi on Friday. So far, 11 lakh 49 thousand people have been affected by the infection. Of these, 10 lakh 33 thousand have been cured, while 16,147 patients have died. 99,361 are undergoing treatment.