Delhi government takes action as Covid cases rise
New Delhi: As Covid-19 cases in Delhi climbed to 300 for the first time since August and the positivity rate spiked to 13.89%, the Delhi government convened a meeting on Thursday to discuss the situation. Following the meeting, Health Minister Saurabh Bharadwaj announced that the government is on high alert and closely monitoring the Covid-19 situation in Delhi. The minister's comments come amid growing concerns about a possible third wave of the pandemic
in the city. The government is likely to take additional measures to curb the spread of the virus in the coming days.The Health Minister informed the public that the Delhi government is taking various measures to contain the spread of the virus, including increasing the number of tests and vaccinating more people. He urged citizens to continue following Covid-appropriate behavior and get vaccinated to protect themselves from the virus.The rise in cases has
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attributed to various factors, including the emergence of new variants and the easing of restrictions. The Delhi government has been taking steps to ensure that the situation does not get out of control, such as increasing the number of hospital beds and providing necessary medical supplies.In addition, the government has also been conducting awareness campaigns to educate people on the importance of wearing masks, maintaining social distancing, and washing hands regularly. They have
also been conducting vaccination drives across the city to ensure that as many people as possible are protected against the virus.Despite the rising cases, the Delhi government has assured the public that they are fully prepared to tackle the situation and are working tirelessly to keep the city safe. They have urged people to continue following Covid guidelines and get vaccinated as soon as possible, in order to help bring the situation under control.