Delhi Unlock: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal said that ‘Corona has come under control
Delhi: Delhi Unlock Begins: In view of the decreasing cases of coronavirus in Delhi
and the positivity rate, the process of unlocking has been announced.
With a lot of hard work and difficulty but the whole battle has not been won.
It should not be that the profit that has been made in the last 1 month goes waste, so everyone believes that it should be opened gradually.
A meeting of Delhi Disaster Management Authority has been held on Friday morning, after which Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal is holding a digital press conference.
He told that the process of unlocking is slowly starting. He said that ‘Corona has come under control with a lot of hard work and difficulty but the whole battle has not been won.
It should not be that the profit that has been made in the last 1 month goes waste,
so everyone believes that it should be opened gradually.
The CM said that ‘we have to take care of those people who are working in the daily wage.
If the cases increase, then the process of unlocking will be stopped. He said that in view of the cases of Corona, the process of unlocking will be increased further.
He said, ‘Every week we will continue the process of opening slowly based on the suggestions of the public and on the basis of the views of the experts.
If matters start growing again, we have to stop this process. Everyone needs to take precaution. Lockdown is imposed under compulsion we do not want to impose. ‘
He appealed that ‘do not leave the house unless there is a need. We all have to behave responsibly. Let us know that a lockdown has been in place in Delhi since April 20.
But on April 22, in Delhi, where there was a 36% positivity rate, on May 27, it has reached the level of 1.53%.
As of Thursday evening, 117 patients of covid-19 had died in one day,
which is the lowest number of people who have lost their lives in a single epidemic since April 15.
During this period 1,072 new cases were reported here whereas the infection rate had come down to 1.53 percent.
Thursday was the fifth consecutive day in Delhi, when the number of new cases of covid-19 was less than two thousand and the number of new cases was below 1500 for the second consecutive day.