new Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Thursday that the second wave of coronavirus epidemic in the national capital had reached its maximum level and experts are indicating that cases of infection will reduce in the coming days. Kejriwal said that the AAP government hopes that due to the steps taken by it, there will be a “gradual decrease” in the cases of Partition-19.
Kejriwal said – there is a decrease in cases in the coming days
Delhi has seen an increase in coronavirus cases in the last few days. Kejriwal said, “All the experts believe that the second wave (of coronavirus) that came in Delhi has reached the maximum level. Now cases have come down in the coming days. ”
The investigation was increased from about 20 thousand to 60 thousand per day
Arvind Kejriwal said that between 1 June to 17 August, the number of Ko-19 cases in the city remained under total control and an average of 1,100-1,200 new cases were being reported daily.
“From August 17, there was a slight increase in cases and it went up from 1,100 to 1,500,” he said. As a responsible government, we did not take any risk and immediately increased the investigation from about 20 thousand to 60 thousand per day.
Coronavirus cases have increased as investigations have increased significantly
The execution method of defeating coronaviruses is to rapidly investigate and isolate the intestines by detecting them. He said that coronavirus cases have increased in Delhi as the investigation has been greatly increased. “On September 16, there were around 4,500 cases per day, which have started reducing and now (per day), about 3,700 cases are coming up,” he said. ”
According to the Chief Minister, if the investigation has been reduced to the previous level of 20 thousand (per day), then the case also becomes at least 1500 per day in the city.
Kejriwal hoped that as a result of other steps including the government increasing the number of prohibited areas in the city from 550 to now 2,000 in mid-August, the number of split-19 cases will gradually decrease in the coming days.
Total case exceeded 2.56 lakhs
Earlier this month, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said that it cannot be said that there is a new wave of Covid-19in the national capital.
On Wednesday, 3,714 new cases of Covid-19were reported in Delhi, taking its total cases in the city to over 2.56 lakh. The death toll stood at 5,087.
According to a bulletin issued by the Delhi Health Department on Wednesday, more than 60,000 investigations were conducted in Delhi on Tuesday. The department said that as of Wednesday, the number of under-treated patients in Delhi is 30,836.
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