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Arvinds Kejriwal talks about increasing cases of covid-19 in Delhi

On the increasing cases of corona in Delhi, CM Arvind Kejriwal said-no need to panic, the matter is under control

On the increasing cases of corona in Delhi, CM Arvind Kejriwal said-no need to panic, the matter is under control

On the increasing cases of corona in Delhi, CM Arvind Kejriwal said that in the past, I spoke to many experts. Some say it is second wave. Some say that there is not. But there is nothing to worry. The situation is completely under control.

Corona cases have again caught pace in Delhi. But Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has said that there is no need to panic. The situation is under control. There is no need to panic at all about the Corona situation in Delhi.

In a virtual press conference on the growing cases of corona in Delhi, CM Arvind Kejriwal said that in the past, I spoke to many experts. Some say it is second wave. Some say that there is not. But there is nothing to worry. The situation is completely under control.

Arvind Kejriwal said that in the last 4 to 5 months since the Corona crisis has come, from time to time I come and tell you the whole situation. In June, we had said that the situation is getting worse and by July 31, 5.50 lakh cases can come up, but today I am telling you that there is no need to panic at all.

CM said that there should be no death due to corona. Yesterday (Saturday), 2914 cases of corona were reported and 13 people died. Although there should not be so much death, but according to the world it is very less. On Friday, 2737 cases were reported and 19 people died.

Death toll in Delhi

Arvind Kejriwal said that according to the month of June, on June 27, 2900 cases were reported and on that day there were 66 deaths. But today there are 10 to 20 deaths due to the same cases. If 100 people are getting ill in Delhi at the moment, then only one person is dying, this is less than the national average.