- Delhi’s infection rate is still stable at 25 percent – Satyendar Jain
- All private offices in Delhi completely closed, WFH is applicable
Lockdown has not been imposed in Delhi amid the increasing outbreak of Corona (Covid cases in Delhi) but restrictions are strict. Meanwhile, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain has said that if the cases of corona fall in two-three days, then the Delhi government can remove or relax the restrictions imposed.
Satyendra Jain told that today about 25 thousand cases of corona will be reported in Delhi. He said that now the Kovid cases have become stable in Delhi, if the Kovid cases are reduced in two-three days then the restrictions will be removed.
Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said that more than 20,000 cases are coming in Delhi continuously for several days but now the positivity rate in Delhi has stopped around 25%, this is a good sign. Deaths are happening due to comorbidity (a disease other than covid).
Jain further told that yesterday (Tuesday) our 12,400 beds were empty and 2200 beds were filled. The number of hospitalizations is not increasing for the last 3-4 days, it seems that there will be a decline soon.
What restrictions are applicable in Delhi
The Delhi government had ordered the complete closure of all private offices on Tuesday itself. Meaning all private offices were told that now all employees should be made WFH (Work from Home). Till now offices were opening with 50 percent staff. Not only this, the restaurant and bar also had strict instructions that now they will be able to do only home delivery. Earlier 50 percent people could sit there and eat. Only people and offices belonging to Exempted Category / Essential Services are exempted from this rule.
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