Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said on Friday that there is nothing wrong in wearing masks even inside the car. All people should make a rule that they must wear masks whenever they step out of their houses. A copy of the order of Rs 2000 fine for not wearing a mask will reach everywhere today.
He said that large-scale contract tracing is already underway. A door-to-door survey will be conducted in the containment zone to check the infected people. The Delhi government will be charging fixed rate for reserved 60% COVID-19 beds in private hospitals.
Jain said that on 7 November Delhi had a positivity rate of 15.26%, which has come down to less than 11% today. Now Corona cases are slowly decreasing in Delhi.
The Kejriwal government has now increased the penalty amount from Rs 500 to Rs 2000 to four times for not being caught wearing masks in public places, as the Kejriwal government tightened its grip on people not wearing masks in public places. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday announced an increase in the amount of the fine after an all-party meeting called to deal with the situation in Corona.
There’s no harm in wearing a mask inside the car also. Citizens should make it a rule to wear a mask whenever they step outside their home. The order copy of increasing the fine to Rs 2000 for not wearing a mask will reach everywhere today: Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain pic.twitter.com/oVr33LOoMA
– ANI (@ANI) November 20, 2020
Even after Kejriwal’s order, challans of only 500 rupees were cut in Delhi
Kejriwal had said that being caught wearing a mask till now was fined Rs 500, but many people are still roaming without masks, the penalty amount has been increased to two thousand rupees for tough action on such people. .
Please tell that, the notification has not been issued by the Delhi government to increase the amount of fine, due to which only challans of 500 rupees are being deducted.
7546 new cases of Kovid-19 in Delhi, 98 patients died
Let us know that due to the arrival of 7546 new cases of Kovid-19 in Delhi on Thursday, the number of infected has increased to more than 5.1 lakhs, while the number of dead has reached 8041 due to the death of 98 more patients.
According to the Health Bulletin released by the Health Department of Delhi, a total of 62,437 investigations were conducted on the previous day, including 22,067 investigations by RT-PCR. The bulletin said that the city has an infection rate of 12.09 percent between the festival season and increasing pollution. On November 11, Delhi had the highest number of 8593 cases of infection and 85 patients died.
The death toll rose to more than 8,000 with 98 more deaths due to infection in the city. Currently 43,221 patients are undergoing treatment. The Health Bulletin stated that the total number of infected has reached 5,10,630.
“Why there was a decrease in penalty recovery despite Corona cases increasing?”
Now invoice will be Rs 2000 for not applying mask