New Delhi, July 15
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday stated the COVID-19 state of affairs within the nationwide capital was higher than in June however the battle in opposition to the illness had not been gained but.
Addressing a web-based media briefing, he stated: “The COVID-19 situation in Delhi is under control but we do not have to be complacent. We will continue our preparations.”
He stated: “My government’s first principle of combating the disease is that the COVID-19 fight cannot be won alone, that is why, the AAP dispensation sought cooperation from everyone, be it the Centre, hotels and other organisations.”
He additionally stated the coronavirus state of affairs in Delhi was higher as in comparison with June.
There are 18,600 energetic circumstances of COVID-19 in Delhi, Kejriwal stated, including that solely 4,000 beds had up to now been occupied.
The Delhi authorities had additionally been conducting 20,000 to 23,000 COVID-19 exams on daily basis, the CM added. PTI