The widespread of COVID-19 has taken a fast pace in the capital of India. More than 20,000 cases are being reported in Delhi, because of which the case count has crossed 15 lakhs. To control this, “The Delhi Disaster Management Authority” held a meeting and have taken a number of decisions which will be implemented.
Many new regulations might take place to control the widespread. Seating facility and eating in a restaurant or hotel will be prohibited from now on, however takeaway and deliveries will still be available. The Delhi disaster management authority while holding a virtual meeting under the supervision of Lieutenant Governor of Delhi- Anil Baijal, wants to implement all the regulations in NCR too.
In the meeting the CM of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal, Deputy minister Manish Sisodia, Health minister Satyendra Jain, Revenue minister Kailash Gehlot, Chief Secretary Vijay Dev and many other officials from the health department were all present to discuss the seriousness of the situation. They have ordered to implement the weekend curfew in NCR too.
The discussion to minimalize the seating of the buses and metros up to 50% also took place in the meeting. The weekly market has also been asked to shrink to only one zone. On Sunday Kejriwal gave a comment regarding the situation. He said that they would not want to impose the lockdown. They are in direct contact with the Central Government and are getting full support from the Central Government. He also assured that like before, this time too they will get the situation under control.
He has also requested everyone to get vaccinated. Vaccination doesn’t mean that you are safe, but it provides a better chance to fight the situation. The Police officials also said that more than 300 officials have been infected with the virus. The regulations has also imposed a night curfew with the weekend curfew and the breaking of regulations will lead to disciplinary actions against the people who do so. They are also trying to control the situation of the market and trying to avoid any kind of job loss because of the increment in cases.