Satyendra Jain said that if the infection rate again becomes 5 percent then immediate lockdown will be implemented in Delhi.
New Delhi: The havoc of the second wave of Corona in the country is slowly coming to an end. After the havoc of Corona subsided, in most states, the lockdown was abolished and unlocking was started. However, in view of the possibility of a possible third wave, all the states are preparing to deal with it. Unlock has been started in Delhi too. But the Kejriwal government is preparing to deal with the worst situation in a possible third wave. Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said on Thursday that the government is preparing to deal with a possible third wave of corona and is arranging 37,000 beds for patients.
Along with this, Satyendar Jain said that if the infection rate again becomes 5 percent then immediate lockdown will be implemented. Jain made this statement in a session organized by 'Assocham India' through digital medium. He said, 'More than 37,000 beds are being arranged for the patients of Covid-19 and the Delhi government is preparing in view of the worst situation so that precious lives can be saved.'