Delhi Chief Minister attacked by Corona

Delhi Chief Minister attacked by Corona

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has been attacked by Corona. In a tweet, Kejriwal confirmed the information and wrote that he was in isolation.

According to Indian media NDTV, the Delhi Chief Minister wrote in his tweet, “I am suffering from corona. However, the symptoms are mild. I am in isolation at home. Those who have come in contact with me in the last few days should stay in isolation and get tested for corona. ‘

Arvind Kejriwal contracted coronavirus at a time when coronavirus infections were on the rise in Delhi. 4,099 people were infected with corona there on Monday. According to data provided by the Delhi Health Department, the infection rate was 7.48 against the corona test there yesterday. In addition, 6,026 people are in isolation at home on suspicion of being infected with Kovid-19.

Apart from infections, deaths are also on the rise in Delhi. Yesterday there was a record of death. Experts say new types of corona are becoming more and more contagious in Delhi.

The Guarded Response Action Plan (GRAP) has been launched to deal with this situation. According to the plan, areas will be divided into different zones based on area-wise infection rate, number of infected patients and oxygen supply to the hospital.

Areas will be marked as yellow, orange and red zones depending on the rate of infection, the Indian Express reported. Then action will be taken accordingly. Besides, the Delhi Disaster Management Authority will meet on Tuesday to decide on the steps to be taken in the current Corona situation.

Some Indian states have set ambitious vaccination targets. Authorities in Gujarat, which is Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s home state, are hoping to give a first dose to 3.6 million teens this week.

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“We have the capacity and we have the vaccines to cover most of the children. We appeal to parents to cooperate and ensure the children are vaccinated at the earliest,” said Jai Prakash Shivahare, Gujarat’s health commissioner.

 

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