Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said the city was completely arranged to handle COVID-19, and was four-strides in front of the coronavirus pandemic. “It involves concern however it is not something to be frightened of. I guarantee you that your administration is four strides in front of coronavirus,” Kejriwal stated, while conceding that Delhi was seeing a flood in cases. Follow coronavirus LIVE updates
Delhi currently has 17,386 affirmed cases, more than 7,800 of whom have just recuperated. Kejriwal said of the absolute patients, just 2,100 were in medical clinics while the rest were experiencing treatment at their homes. The national capital has revealed the passings of 398 individuals up until this point.
“Most of the people are recovering, and they are recovering at home. There is no need to panic,” Kejriwal said, while addressing a press conference. “Also, living in a lockdown permanently is not possible. No one can say that if the lockdown is extended for one or two months, Corona will end,” Kejriwal said.