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Kejriwal left the decision on public on lockdown, asked- what do you want?


Coronavirus Lockdown in India: Five days before the third phase of the lockdown implemented to control the outbreak of the Corona virus epidemic, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has sought suggestions from the people of the city. Through a video message on Tuesday (May 12, 2020), Kejriwal asked if the lockdown should be relaxed after May 17? If exemption should be given, then how much and in which area should be given. Should buses start operating? Should Metro start operating? Should auto-cabs be exempt from lockdown? Should schools be opened? Should the market be opened? Should Industrial Areas Open?

In the video message, CM Kejriwal further said, “Which things should be opened and which should not be opened.” But social distancing will be strictly followed. It will be mandatory for everyone to wear masks. ”Kejriwal said that we have to protect ourselves from corona. Protect your health from infection. On the other hand, the health of the economy has to be maintained.

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The AAP chief said that the people of the city should suggest till 5 pm on Wednesday, how much relaxation should be given in the lockdown. Whatever proposals will be included in these, a proposal will be made on May 14 on behalf of Delhiites by talking to experts and doctors, which will be sent to the Central Government. People can send their suggestions via mail to 1031 or WhatsApp number 8800007722 or [email protected]

Explain that the outbreak of Corona epidemic continues in the national capital. In the last 24 hours from Monday-Tuesday midnight, 406 new cases of corona have been confirmed in the city. Meanwhile, 13 deaths have been confirmed. With the new case, the number of infected in Delhi has now risen to 7639 and the number of dead to 86. The Delhi Health Department has given this information on Tuesday.

Similarly, the number of people who died of Corona virus infection in the country has reached 2,293 while the number of infected has reached 70,756. As many as 3,604 new cases have been reported and 87 people have died within 24 hours from 8 am on Monday. The Health Ministry said that 46,008 patients of Kovid-19 are being treated in the country while 22,454 people have been cured so far. At the same time, a patient has gone out of the country. A senior ministry official said that 31.73 per cent of the patients had recovered so far.


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