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Covid Curbs Will Be Lifted In Delhi If Cases Decrease, Says Health Minister

| Updated: January 12, 2022 19:26

Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Kumar Jain today said that restrictions in the national capital would be lifted if Covid-19 cases decrease in the next couple of days.

No fresh cases of Omicron were recorded in Delhi on Wednesday. The total number of Omicron cases detected so far in Delhi is 546 which is the third-highest in the country after Maharashtra and Rajasthan.

Meanwhile, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal who announced his COVID positive status a week back, said on Tuesday that there would be no lockdown in the national capital. At the same time, Mr Kejriwal said that he has requested the Centre to impose Delhi-like restrictions in the National Capital Region (NCR) as well. He said that all restrictions in Delhi would be gradually lifted as and when the cases and fatality rate decrease. Barely a week after he tested COVID positive, Kejriwal, the national convenor of the AAP surprised people by launching an election campaign in Kharar Assembly segment in Mohali ahead of the Punjab polls. Kejriwal also held a Press conference in Chandigarh today. 

On Tuesday, the Delhi Health Department directed health authorities, hospitals and dispensaries in the city to follow the Centre’s new advisory on Covid testing.

As part of containment measures, the Delhi government directed the closure of all private offices, except those in exempted categories. An order issued by Delhi Disaster Management Authority also directed the shutting down of restaurants and bars in the city. Restaurants have been allowed to carry on with home delivery and take away service. Government offices in the city are also working with 50 per cent attendance.

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