Delhi will be under
lockdown from 10 pm to
April 26 morning, essential
Delhi will be under lockdown from 10pm of
April 19 to 5 am of April 26 to contain the
spread of Covid-19 cases, said Chief
Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday as the
cautioned that the city's medical services
framework was "under pressure".
"Delhi's clinics are overpowered; 25,000
patients are coming in every day," said
Kejriwal as he clarified the purposes
behind the "short lockdown".
""Fundamental administrations, food
administrations, clinical benefits will
proceed. Weddings can be held with a
social event of just 50 individuals, passes
will be given independently for it. An
itemized request will be given instantly," he
Delhi on Sunday announced 25,462 new
Covid-19 cases and 161 passings,
stressing the public capital's medical care
framework. Under 100 emergency unit
beds are accessible in medical clinics,
Kejriwal said on Sunday.
The city a week ago pronounced an end of
the week time limit, confining public get-
togethers and diminishing public vehicle.
Kejriwal on Sunday said Delhi is
confronting an "intense lack" of oxygen for
COVID-19 patients and affirmed that the
quantity of the city has been redirected to
different states. He composed on Twitter
about his case subsequent to sending a
letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi
mentioning his assistance in upgrading the
quantity of medical clinic beds and quick
oxygen supply for patients in Delhi.