No possibility of lockdown again in Delhi: Health Minister Satyendar Jain

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Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain on Saturday ruled out any possibility of a lockdown in Delhi again. He categorically stated that putting a lockdown is not a solution to prevent the rapidly growing infection of the corona virus.

Satyendra Jain said that before the lockdown was imposed, it was an argument that no one was properly aware of how this virus spreads.

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Satyendra Jain told reporters, “It takes 14 days for a man to become infected and recover from it. Experts said that by putting a lockdown for 21 days, the virus will be eradicated. Governments continue to extend the lockdown period but the virus has not been eradicated.” “I don’t think there is any solution to the lockdown problem. There is no possibility of a lockdown in Delhi again.”

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However, he also said that there are sufficient beds in Delhi hospitals for corona infected patients and it can be increased if needed.

However Celebrations of Holi, Shabe Baaraat and Navratri have been banned in public places in Delhi amid growing cases of Corona infection.

Delhi Disaster Management Authority ie DDMA has issued a formal order in this regard.

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In its order, the DDMA wrote, “The government is very sensitive to the seriousness of the epidemic that has been declared covid-19 in the world. Now every day Corona cases are increasing in Delhi. So during any festivals in Delhi There will be a ban on public celebration, gathering of people and celebrating in a public place, public ground, park, market or religious place.”

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Delhi Chief Secretary Vijay Dev, who is also the chairperson of DDMA, wrote in his order, “Action will be taken against those who disobey it under section 51 to 60 of the DDMA Act, 2005. Apart from this, legal action will also be taken against the violators under section 188 of the IPC.”

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