Delhi Lockdown: Will the Lockdown be Increased in Delhi for 2 Months?

Lockdown in Delhi for 2 Months

Lockdown in Delhi for 2 Months: Delhi, the country’s capital, is also suffering from Corona. Record cases are coming here every day. For the last two days, more than 400 deaths are also happening daily. Delhi currently, Lockdown (Lockdown) is applied. However, be seen a slight decline in new cases of Corona. It is feared that the lockdown update may also be extended. The lockdown is currently in Delhi till 5 am on May 10. The first lockdown expired on May 3, which has been extended to May 10.

Lockdown in Delhi for 2 Months?

In the midst of all this, the Delhi government announced giving ration to the 72 million ration cardholders in the national capital for free for two months. This triggered speculation of the lockdown to extend for two months. However, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal (Arvind Kejriwal) clarifies that it did not mean free to give rations to 2 months that lockdown will last two months. Apart from this, the Chief Minister has also announced the help of 5-5 thousand rupees to auto and taxi drivers.

Let us know that the current lockdown in Delhi is coming to an end on May 3, which was recently extended for a week. The same restrictions will remain in force during the lockdown. Sanctions were first imposed in Delhi on April 19 to control corona infection. Considering the increasing cases of a disease in the capital, there were already speculations that the lockdown could be increased.

On the other hand, a record 448 people died on Monday in Kovid-19 in the national capital. At the same time, 18,043 new cases were reported during this period, which is the lowest since April 15. At the same time, this is a record figure of those who lost their lives in a day. Never before had so many deaths occurred in a single day.