Lockdown-Unlock Latest Update: The nation’s capital will be unlocked from May 31st.
Lockdown-Unlock Latest Update: Coronavirus has been steadily decreasing in the national capital of Delhi, and statistics released on Thursday showed that 1072 coronavirus cases were reported in 24 hours, while 117 deaths were reported.
- Coronavirus cases in Delhi are gradually decreasing due to the hard work of millions of people
- It is our responsibility to get people to escape corona and not starve to death – Arvind Kejriwal
- We all need to take precautions. Do not leave the house if you do not need it. This can save not only Delhi but also our country- Arvind Kejriwal
Bengaluru News: Lockdown-Unlock Latest Update: Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has announced the end of the lockdown in the state. The second wave of coronavirus in the nation’s capital, Delhi, is now beginning to weaken and new cases continue to decline. With this in mind, the Delhi government has decided to gradually end the lockdown. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said in a press conference on Friday that the unlock process in Delhi would start from May 31.
Order to open construction activities and factories:
From May 31, Delhi will be slowly unlocked. Firstly, CM Arvind Kejriwal has given the working class good news by announcing that the factories will open by Monday and construction will begin on Monday. CM Kejriwal said that it was decided to open the factories as the workers face a lot of problems during the lockdown.
The process of unlocking is slowly starting to take off, but these rules are completely strict. It is mandatory to follow the guidelines. The rate of infection in Delhi has dropped to 1.5 per cent. But the fight against the virus is not over yet, he said.
It is necessary to start economic activities: Arvind Kejriwal
CM Arvind Kejriwal said, “Coronavirus cases in Delhi are gradually reducing due to the hard work of millions of people. Now is the time to slowly unlock it. “It is our responsibility to take action so that people do not escape the corona and die of starvation. So now it is necessary to start economic activities. He said that in the process, we must look after the lower classes – the daily wages, the laborers, the migrant workers.
After public consultations, we make the following decision: Kejriwal
With the advice of the public and expert advice, we are gradually opening the lockdown unless new cases of coronation increase. We don’t want to lockdown. But if corona cases increase, the government has to impose a lockdown with no other choice. So let us all take precautions. Let us strictly follow the policy rules that the government has implemented to curb corona. They appealed to the people to fight the corona together. ‘We all need to take precautions. Do not leave the house if you do not need it. Arvind Kejriwal has appealed that this can save not only Delhi but also our country.