Delhi Chief Minister
Source:thestatesman.com

Arvind Kejriwal said the novel coronavirus is taking off nowhere and it is difficult that patients of coronavirus will be zero

Communicating an online media briefing, Kejriwal said the Delhi government will imply to the Centre that only containment areas in the city be proclaimed as red zones and not the whole district. At current, all 11 districts in the city have been proclaimed as red zones.

“The time has come to re-open Delhi as people will have to be inclined to live with the coronavirus”, He, said.

He also added that the novel coronavirus is leaving nowhere and it is difficult that cases of coronavirus will be zero.  “It is inconceivable that there will be no cases of coronavirus because it has not occurred across the world.

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We will have to be prepared to live with coronavirus. We will have to get utilized to it,” he said. He also upheld a number of relief quantities that will come into force from Monday but said the lockdown will begin again for another two weeks.

 

The country saw a record bounce of 83 deaths and 2,487 cases in 24 hours on Sunday, with the number of Covid-19 deaths increasing to 1,306 and total cases climbing to 40,263. A number of deaths with 521. Gujarat had the second-highest amount of cases at 5,054, and Delhi was a near third with 4,122 cases.

 

Meanwhile, the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) headquarters were locked after two positive cases organized in the campus. The private staff of a senior CRPF officer and a bus driver of the paramilitary force tested positive for coronavirus, officeholder said. The troop has been noticing multiple cases of the virus, with at least 135 personnel of its 31st brigade based in Delhi being tarnished and a 55-year-old sub-inspector of the unit vanishing to the disease last week.

An official said, “The Border Security Force (BSF) also saw 25 more favorable cases on Sunday, accommodating with the list in the force to 42, The recent cases were documented from a department of the 126th battalion of the force, deployed in the Jama Masjid and Chandni Mahal regions of Delhi”.

 

Worried overcounts of front-line security staff catching the Covid-19 disease, the Centre implied to states to ready a helpful second line of defense by deploying home patrols, civil defense, and NCC cadets among others wherever possible to encompass the spread of the toxic virus.

 

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