Coronavirus in Delhi has been steadily decreasing in the national capital and according to the data released on Thursday, 1072 cases of corona were reported in 24 hours, while 117 deaths were recorded.
New Delhi: The second wave of Coronavirus in Delhi in the national capital Delhi is now weakening and new cases are seeing a continuous decrease. Because of this, the Delhi government has decided to end the lockdown gradually. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal told the press conference on Friday that the unlock process in Delhi will start in a phased manner from May 31.
Order to open construction activities and factories
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said, ‘A meeting was held to open the lockdown under the chairmanship of LG. Restoration of construction activities and reopening of factories will be allowed from May 31 in Delhi. He said, ‘The infection rate in Delhi has come down to 1.5 per cent. But the fight against the virus is not over yet.
It is necessary to start economic activities: Kejriwal
CM Arvind Kejriwal said, ‘The result of the hard work of crores of people is that now the Corona cases in Delhi are gradually decreasing. Now it’s time to slowly unlock. He further said, ‘lest people escape from Corona and die of hunger, so it is necessary to start economic activities now. In this process, we have to take care of the lower class – daily wage labourers, labourers, migrant workers first.
After public suggestions, we will take further decision: Kejriwal
Arvind Kejriwal said, “ With the suggestion of the public and the advice of experts, we will gradually open the lockdown unless new cases of Corona are increased. We do not want to lockdown. But if the corona grows, then it will have to be closed. Appealing to the people, he said, ‘All of us together have to take precaution. Do not get out of the house if you do not need it. So that Delhi and our country can be saved.