Covid-19 Update Delhi: 28395 new cases of corona and 277 deaths in delhi in last 24-hours - Newztezz Online

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Covid-19 Update Delhi: 28395 new cases of corona and 277 deaths in delhi in last 24-hours


In Delhi, the graph of Coronavirus cases is increasing rapidly. 
According to the data released by the Delhi government, 28,395 new cases of infection have been reported in Delhi and 277 patients have died in the last 24 hours, with the number of corona cases in the capital rising to 9,05,541. And the death toll has risen to 12,638. The number of active cases in Delhi at present is 85,575.

Meanwhile, 19,430 people have been cured of this deadly disease in the city in the last 24 hours and till now 8,07,328 people have beaten Corona in Delhi. But at present, the situation is seen to be worsening due to Corona in Delhi. There is a shortage of oxygen for corona patients in the capital. Major hospitals have said that after few hours there is no oxygen. In such a situation, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy CM Manish Sisodia have again requested the Central Government for help.

Lockdown in Delhi till 26 April

In view of the increasing outbreak of Corona, a lockdown has been imposed in Delhi till 26 April (Monday). Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted, "The lockdown has started in Delhi today. This decision has been taken for your health and safety, please cooperate with the government in this, stay at your home, stay away from infection. ” Chief Minister Kejriwal is in self-isolation, as his wife Sunita Kejriwal has been found to be Corona positive.

Migrant laborers started moving back to villages

At the same time, due to increasing positive cases, migrant laborers have been forced to go back to their village. There is a huge crowd of people at Anand Vihar and other stations. Seeing the huge crowd at all the bus stations and railway stations of Delhi, it seems that the situation is not under control again. The crowd is frightening not only at Anand Vihar station but also at the bus station. Thousands of people have been waiting for goods and buses since Monday to go to their homes, those who have money are easily taking them with many times more money.

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