Delhi COVID-19 cases: Arvind Kejriwal says ‘No need to panic’

Delhi COVID-19 cases: The number of Delhi COVID-19 cases has drastically increased and crossed 1 lakh mark. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said there is no need to panic. It should be noted that Delhi has reported more than 1 lakh coronavirus cases so far but according to Kejriwal people should not panic as 72,000 people have already been recovered.

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Delhi COVID-19 cases: Arvind Kejriwal says ‘No need to panic’

Delhi COVID-19 cases: The number of Delhi COVID-19 cases has drastically increased and crossed 1 lakh mark. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal said there is no need to panic. It should be noted that Delhi has reported more than 1 lakh coronavirus cases so far but according to Kejriwal people should not panic as 72,000 people have already been recovered.

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Speaking of the treatment procedure by the government, he said out of 25,000 people 15,000 people are being treated at home, and the death rate has also decreased. To curb the Delhi COVID-19 cases, the government has also stared a corona plasma bank. Delhi was the first state to start the same and as per reports, the plasma therapy is curing patients drastically.

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Kejriwal also asked people to donate plasma who are in need as it doesn’t cause any weakness or pain in the body. He also added that the number of patients in the hospital has decreased because of treatment at home and currently around 9,900 beds are vacant.

Delhi COVID-19 cases cross 1 lakh mark 

Meanwhile, the Delhi government announced ICU beds in three major COVID-19 hospitals including (LNJP), Guru Tej Bahadur (GTB), and (R.G) Super Speciality hospital. However, it should be noted that Delhi has been reporting thousands of coronavirus cases daily and till now 3,067 people have lost their lives due to the deadly virus.

Also, the rate of people getting infected by the virus id declining slowly which gives the Delhi government hope. The average positivity rate has decreased from 21.6% to 11.6%.

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