Delhi Lockdown: The transit rate of corona in the capital Delhi has come down drastically. The transition rate here has come down to less than 3 percent. However, CM Arvind Kejriwal did not give any exemption. The Kejriwal government has once again extended the lockdown in Delhi.
CM Arvind Kejriwal told a press conference on Sunday that in the opinion of Delhiites, it has been decided to extend the lockdown to one week. The lockdown will continue till 5 am on Monday (May 31) and the restrictions will remain the same.
— ANI (@ANI) May 23, 2021
Overcoming Getting on the Corona
CM Kejriwal further said that the first lockdown was given in Delhi when the second wave hit the country. In a month’s time the corona wave seems to be weakening due to the discipline of the people of Delhi and we are overcoming the corona. Everyone has played a big role in ending the problem together.
Kejriwal further said that doctors and nurses have worked 24 hours a day. How many doctors were martyred, we will be indebted to them. We are trying to give Rs 1 crore to those martyrs and we are giving it. “We hope the vaccine problem will be resolved soon,” he added. CM Kejriwal further said that if the third wave comes, the Delhi government is also preparing for it.
The rate of transition in Delhi has come down
Let me tell you that the lockdown has been going on in Delhi since 10 pm on April 19. The lockdown has been increased five times since then. The benefit is that the transition rate, which reached 36 per cent, is now 3 per cent. But the government believes that things could go awry if the waiver is granted soon. That is why the government has extended the lockdown period in Delhi to one week.