Covid Cases Rising, But Don’t Panic, Hospitalisation Low: Arvind Kejriwal

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COVID-19: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal requested the town to not panic amid Covid spike

New Delhi:

Don’t panic. This was the foremost focus of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s deal with as we speak because the nationwide capital noticed a pointy spike in COVID-19 instances. The town has additionally reported the second-highest instances of the extremely transmissible Omicron pressure after Maharashtra.

“COVID-19 instances are growing quickly in Delhi, however there is no such thing as a have to panic. At present, the energetic instances within the metropolis are 6,360. Right this moment, 3,100 new instances are anticipated. Solely 246 hospital beds had been occupied yesterday and all of the instances are delicate and asymptomatic,” Mr Kejriwal stated, including information reveals that the impression of the rise in instances is much lesser than what it was throughout the second wave.

“As of now, solely 82 oxygen beds in hospitals are occupied. Delhi authorities is ready will 37,000 beds. I simply need to let you know that each one new instances are with delicate signs, asymptomatic, so there is no such thing as a have to panic,” the Chief Minister stated.


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