Kejriwal Says No Plan For Another Lockdown In Delhi

Kejriwal says no plan for another lockdown in Delhi, orders labs to give Covid-19 results within 48 hrs. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Monday that there was no arrangement for another lockdown in Delhi even as the number of novel coronavirus cases keeps on erupting.

“Numerous individuals are hypothesizing whether another lockdown in Delhi is being arranged. There are no such plans,” Kejriwal tweeted. His tweet comes a day after Union Home Minister Amit Shah held meetings with Kejriwal, Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal, and three city mayors to examine the technique to manage the COVID-19 circumstance.

On Sunday, Delhi recorded the most noteworthy single-day spike of 2,224 new COVID-19 cases, taking the count to more than 41,000, while the loss of life mounted to 1,327.

On Monday, the AAP government provided a request asking to private and government research centers to work with their full limit and increment their COVID-19 testing limit. According to the order, private labs will currently need to give results inside 48 hours.

The Delhi CM had met Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday and assembled the conference as “very gainful. Kejriwal said the Delhi government will battle the Covid-19 alongside the central government in the national capital, which has seen a disturbing spray in cases.

Sources said that the meeting called by Shah talked about each part of the coronavirus circumstance. In any case, the issue of lockdown in the national capital didn’t come up. Taking to Twitter after the meeting, Shah said that the testing of Covid-19 will be multiplied in Delhi in the following two days and thusly expanded by multiple times.

Taking into account the deficiency of beds for coronavirus contaminated patients in Delhi, the Modi government has chosen to promptly give 500 railway coaches which will be furnished with all offices, he said. Likewise, definite rules will be given for directing the last ceremonies of the individuals who capitulate to the fatal infection.

The gathering comes two days after the Supreme Court lashed out at the AAP government, portraying as “awful” the situation in Delhi clinics with bodies being stacked close to Covid-19 patients. It had additionally communicated worry over less tests being led in the national capital and had coordinated increase of testing.

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