Kejriwal increased restrictions till May 31, but said if the cases keep decreasing

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Kejriwal increased restrictions till May 31, but said if the cases keep decreasing- There are indications of relaxation in unlocking from June 1 in Delhi. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Sunday that we are extending the lockdown till one week i.e. May 31. At the same time, he also said that if the cases keep decreasing in the same way as they are happening now, then we will gradually ease the lockdown.

Kejriwal said that the cases are decreasing and the positivity rate has also come down. There is a possibility of a third wave coming and we are preparing for it. But God forbid that any third wave comes. May all be healthy, this is our prayer.

3 important things of Kejriwal’s press conference

  1. Controlling the infection rate

Today, this wave of Corona in Delhi seems to be weakening. In the last 24 hours, the infection rate in Delhi has also fallen below 2.5%. In April the infection rate reached 36%. In the last 24 hours, there have been 1,600 Corona cases in Delhi.

  1. Plan to avoid the third wave

If everyone gets vaccinated, then it is possible that the third wave will not come. We are planning to get everyone vaccinated as soon as possible. We are ready to spend our budget. For this, we are in contact with companies at home and abroad.

  1. War yet

There is a shortage of vaccine, but together we will solve the problem of the vaccine. Doctors and nurses are fully engaged in service. Meanwhile, we have also lost many of our doctors. The war is yet to take place.

18+ vaccination closed in Delhi

Earlier, the Delhi government stopped the vaccination of people between the ages of 18 and 44 from Sunday. The Kejriwal government attributed the lack of vaccine to it. On Saturday, by writing a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Kejriwal also gave 4 advice to increase vaccine production.

14.15 lakh people infected so far

In Delhi, 14.15 lakh people have been infected by the infection so far. Out of these, 13.60 lakh people have been cured, while 23,013 patients have died. 31,308 are under treatment here.

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