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CM Arvind Kejriwal calls crucial meet to review Corona Situation in Delhi

The growing cases of corona in Delhi are attributed to the non-adherence to social distancing and the habit of not wearing a mask. The negligence of the people is also increasing because no action is being taken on them.

Yogita S.

Yogita S.By Yogita S.

Published on 18 March 2021 9:49 AM GMT

CM Arvind Kejriwal calls crucial meet to review Corona Situation in Delhi
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New Delhi: Once again cases of Corona infection are increasing in the country. The increasing cases of corona are said to be due to the negligence of the people and lack of police force. In the country's capital Delhi, the Corona figures are now frightening. The growing cases of corona in Delhi are attributed to the non-adherence to social distancing and the habit of not wearing a mask. The negligence of the people is also increasing because no action is being taken on them.

CM Kejriwal calls meeting of officials:

Comparing the figures of October-November to now. The punishment imposed by the Delhi Police in the Corona rules has reduced considerably. Due to which the graph of Corona is seen once again. According to the Media report, between 1 and 15 March 130–160 people have been fined for not wearing masks every day. Whereas in October – November 2020, 2,300 people were fined per day.

At that time, the third wave of corona virus was going on in Delhi. An average of 3,451 new cases were coming out every day.

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Corona situation in Delhi:

In November, around 2,000 people were booked every day for not following social distancing, whereas in the last week, only 8 cases were filed. Apart from this, the penalty imposed by the state government has also come down significantly.

If we look at the data between 1 to 15 January, 20,970 people were caught by the government teams. They were not wearing masks, which fell to 18,728 for the next 15 days. Fewer people were caught in February. Between 1 February and 15 February, the Delhi government arrested 13,148 people for not following the Corona rules, which declined to 9,016 between 16 February and 28 February.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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