Masks Mandatory In Delhi: Wearing of masks is now mandatory in Delhi, fine will be imposed for disobeying

Pankaj Prasad
Masks Mandatory In Delhi
Masks Mandatory In Delhi

The Delhi government has made it mandatory to wear a mask in view of the increasing cases of Corona.

Once again in the capital of the country, the cases of corona are increasing continuously. In view of the increasing cases, the government has come on alert mode. After which the government has made it mandatory to wear face mask or cover in all public places of Delhi. At the same time, those who were seen violating this rule have also been instructed to impose a fine of Rs 500. Persons traveling together in private four-wheelers shall not be subject to fine under the provisions of this notification.

Three-fold increase in death cases in August in comparison to the last 10 days of July in Delhi

So far 40 people have died due to Kovid in Delhi in August, while in the last 10 days of July, 14 people were killed by the corona virus, that is, there has been a nearly triple increase in the number of deaths due to the corona epidemic. According to government data, Delhi has two on August 1, three on August 2, five on August 3, four on August 4, two on August 5, one on August 6, two on August 7, six on August 8, and on August 9. Eight deaths were recorded on August 7 and 10.

Corona cases increased in Delhi

At the same time, on July 22 and 23, there were two deaths each on July 24, 25, 26 and 27 respectively, while no infected died on July 28. Apart from this, one patient each died on 29 and 30 July and no infected died on 31 July. The deaths on August 10 are the highest in the last 180 days. In Delhi, 26,351 people have lost their lives due to Kovid. In the last one week, cases of infection have increased in the national capital. Deaths due to infection are also increasing. However, experts and officials say that only those people who are already suffering from any disease or who have cancer, TB or any other serious disease are dying due to corona infection.