New Delhi: Corona virus infection is spreading rapidly in the National capital Delhi. Seeing the current situation of country, Govt gas decided not to open schools and colleges. Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has spoken on the rapidly increasing cases of corona virus infected.
Till June 15, there will be 44,000 Covid-19 cases:
He said that the Delhi government is learning from the steps taken by Maharashtra and other foriegn countries to prevent the spread of corona virus infection. The Deputy Chief Minister once again reiterated that by July 31, the number of corona infected could reach more than five Lakh.
‘Till June 15, there will be 44,000 Covid-19 cases and we would need 6,600 beds. We would hit one lakh cases and would require 15,000 beds by June 30, ‘ said Manish Sisodia.
During the interaction with the media, he said that the beds are already ready in hospitals in view of the apprehension of increasing cases. On the question of opening school, he clarified that there is no chance of reopening schools in Delhi.
The Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said that schools cannot be opened and closed again. Cannot use this way. The decision to open schools can be taken during the month of August to September. Parents, school administration and teachers will also be consulted on this.
Corona virus cases are increasing daily in India. So far, 2 lakh 76 thousand patients of Corona were found in the country, while 7471 people died due to the epidemic. It is a matter of relief that more than one lakh 29 thousand infected patients have also been cured.
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