Delhi Lockdown Extend: Lockdown may increase by one week, daily infection rate higher


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Delhi Lockdown Extend: The ongoing lockdown from April 20 may increase for a week due to the Corona havoc continuing in Delhi. The lockdown continues till 5 am on May 10. But considering the situation in Delhi, it is being considered to extend it by one more week. In view of the problems of the people, during this period, the exemption will continue in some cases as before. In which people related to courier service, electricians, plumbers, and water purifiers have been given permission to work. Apart from this, book shops related to children’s education and shops related to electric wings will also be open. There will also be no restriction on the movement of trucks and empty trucks transporting essential goods, but these trucks will have to show e-passes.

A senior Delhi government said that after taking stock of the corona situation in the capital, it was found that the infection rate of the corona is still higher every day. There are no ICU beds in government and private hospitals for Corona patients. The lockdown should be extended for a week to break the corona chain and prevent infection. Please tell that due to the havoc of Corona released in Delhi, the lockdown has been going on since April 20. First, it was extended till 26 April, then 3 May morning. It was then extended until five in the morning on 10 May.

On the other hand, the Chamber of Trade and Industry (CTI) said that 65 percent of traders in Delhi are in favor of increasing the lockdown. In this regard, 480 business and industrial organizations have been consulted. To prevent the spread of corona infection, there has been a lockdown in Delhi since April 20, which is being extended every week by the Delhi government. The health infrastructure has not improved significantly. Therefore, most of it is in favor of its increase.

CTI consulted more than 480 merchant organizations. This includes Kashmiri Gate, Chandni Chowk, Chawdi Bazaar, Sadar Bazar, Khari Baoli, Karolbagh, Kamla Nagar, Rajouri Garden, Nehru Place, South X, Gandhi Nagar, Laxmi Nagar, Rohini, Pitampura, Janakpuri, Malviya Nagar, Dwarka, and Greater Kailash Organizations from large markets, as well as officials from industry, hotels, and restaurants, and beauty-wellness organizations were also involved.

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