Corona records broken in Delhi, 10774 new infected, 48 patients died
On Sunday, Corona broke all records in Delhi. In the last 24 hours, 10 thousand 774 new ones have been found, while 48 patients have died.
11th April, 2021
On Sunday, Corona broke all records in Delhi. In the last 24 hours, 10 thousand 774 new infected people have been found in the national capital, while 48 patients have died. The total test in Delhi was 1 lakh 14 thousand 288, in which the positivity rate was 9.43%. These figures are scary. Here, in view of the increasing cases of corona in Delhi, the capital of the country, Delhi Police has resorted to rose flower to make people aware. The police of Lajpat Nagar police station in Delhi along with their staff are patrolling the crowded markets with roses and masks. Through loudspeakers, the SHOs of the area themselves were seen appealing to maintain social distancing by applying masks to the people.
Here, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal held a press conference regarding Corona, in which he said that a dangerous wave of Corona is going on in Delhi. The Delhi government does not want to impose lockdown, but there are some restrictions imposed in the compulsion tomorrow. In the report that will come today, 10732 cases have come up in 24 hours. People are appealed to come out of the house only when it is very important.Kejriwal said, 'I am not in favor of lockdown. Any government should put a lockdown when the arrangement of hospitals collapsed. Your cooperation is needed. If the hospitals in Delhi fall short, then it may not be necessary to put a lock down in Delhi. If you are without symptoms and go to the hospital, then you surrounded a bed. So take advantage of the program of home isolation and keep the beds of the hospital for serious patients.
Within Delhi, 65 percent of the patients are under 35 years of age, the corona cycle will be broken only when these age groups get vaccinated. What can be a bigger paradox than this, the corona is spreading rapidly after the introduction of the vaccine. "We have asked the Center several times to remove all the restrictions on vaccination. We will apply the vaccine to all Delhiites within two to three months."