In the capital Delhi, the corona virus has started spreading again. From this, the Delhi Government to the Central Government are in action. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said in this case that people still do not have complete information about corona virus. Everybody is trying to understand him. He further said that I think the government imposed the lockdown at the right time.
Kejriwal said that nobody knew anything at that time. When someone came to know that an agency was giving PPE kit or testing kit, then there was a fight between all the states. We had neither Corona’s goods nor information. Therefore a two-month lockdown was very important.
Corona does not end with lockdown – Kejriwal
Delhi CM Kejriwal, who spoke at the Hindustan Summit, said that no corona virus cases end with the lockdown. As soon as the lockdown opens, the cases will increase again. I think the health infrastructure is going to collapse and I think if we don’t have beds left then we should implement lockdown. During this time the government will meet the needs of ventilators, beds etc.
Will not lockdown
Kejriwal said that people do not have jobs because of the lockdown. Somehow running a livelihood. If we lockdown again, people’s lives will be ruined. Right now the health infrastructure is fine. In such a situation, I do not think that a lockdown is needed in Delhi.
Pollution is also the reason for increasing cases
Kejriwal said that the highest challenging corona has an infection rate. It grows quite fast. There is a need to prevent infection and to provide better treatment to corona patients. Today there are 43 thousand active patients, if home isolation was not there, serious patients would have died. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said, “Every year there is a lot of pollution in Delhi. The stubble burning in the surrounding states causes pollution throughout northern India. Delhi has taken considerable steps to curb pollution. All experts say that pollution has contributed to the arrival of the third wave of Corona in Delhi.