Upbeat : Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Says Corona Cases Going Down, So Is Second Wave

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As Delhi grapples with vaccine shortage  and oxygen due to the  second wave, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has given ray of hope for improvement  as he  said that corona cases are going down in Delhi and so is the second wave.

While addressing the media Kejriwal stated : “With your cooperation lockdown was successful. We’ve increased number of oxygen beds in past few days. Yesterday, we started 500 new ICU beds near GTB Hospital. Now there’s no shortage of ICU and oxygen beds in Delhi.”

Kejriwal also said that his government is boosting the infrastructure to prepare the national capital for the next wave of the coronavirus disease.

The national capital one may recall has seen a surge in the number of daily cases of Covid-19, which led the Kejriwal government to announced strict lockdown-like measures to check the spread of the infection in second wave.

“We’re increasing oxygen beds… we must prepare for the third wave. In this wave, Delhi recorded maximum 28,000 cases in a day. The scale at which we’re creating infrastructure, we’ll be able to deal even if 30,000 daily cases are reported in next wave,” the chief minister said.

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