New Delhi. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal may have ruled out the possibility of imposing a lockdown in the capital, but informed sources say that he is considering the possibility. If the lockdown is not imposed then the restrictions can be tightened. A decision on this will be taken on Monday. Significantly, for the first time after eight months in the capital Delhi, more than 22 thousand cases have come in 24 hours. Only then it is believed that the government can tighten the restrictions. At present, the weekend curfew is in force in Delhi. corona restrictions in delhi
Chief Minister Kejriwal himself was infected with the corona virus and after about a week he recovered and appeared in front of the media for the first time. He held a virtual press conference and said that he had recovered. He said that at present there is no intention to impose lockdown in the capital. Kejriwal said- Cases are increasing here, but there is nothing to panic. There are fewer deaths this time than in the previous wave and the number of patients admitted to the hospital is also less.
Also, the Chief Minister told that there is a meeting of Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) on Monday. He said- any decision will be taken after taking stock of the situation again with the experts in the meeting. On Sunday, Kejriwal had expressed apprehension that 22 thousand new infected could be found on Sunday. When the report came till evening, it was found that 22,751 new cases were found in Delhi.