Delhi Weekend Curfew Imposed: Arvind Kejriwal says ‘No shortage of beds in Hospital’ | Here is what’s allowed and what not

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New Delhi: Delhi government imposes weekend curfew. An official announcement was made today. Weekend curfew to begin this Friday, 10 pm (till Monday, 6 am).

Arvind Kejriwal made the announcement during the press conference.

He also said that there is no shortage of beds in hospitals in Delhi. According to the latest data, more than 5000 beds are available.

However, essential services will be allowed during curfew

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-Weekend curfew passes will be given to people attending wedding

-Essential services to be allowed during curfew

-Curfew passes for movement during weekend.

-No dining will be allowed in any restaurants.

-Malls, Gyms, Spas and auditoriums will remain closed.

-Cinema halls will run with 30% capacity

– No shortage of beds inside Delhi Hospital- Arvind Kejriwal.

Arvind Kejriwal’s Press Conference

Arvind Kejriwal met Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal  

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal meeting with Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal  to review the prevailing COVID-19 situation in the national capital has ended.

The COVID-19 situation in the national capital continues to worsen as the city registered the highest single-day spike of 17,282 fresh COVID-19 infections and 104 related deaths on Wednesday.

The total infection caseload of Delhi has reached 7,67,438. There are 50,736 active cases so far. With 104 additional deaths in the last 24 hours, the overall COVID-19 death toll of the national capital now stands at 11,540.

India reports 1,26,789 new cases, highest since Covid outbreak

Furthermore, a total of 9,952 people recovered from the virus in the said period, taking the total number of recoveries to 7,05,162.

The COVID-19 positivity rate of Delhi also jumped to 15.92 per cent on Wednesday.

 

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