"No lockdown in Delhi if...": Arvind Kejriwal issues warning
New Delhi : Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday issued a safety warning and said that no lockdown will be implemented if people follow the coronavirus protocols - social distancing and wearing masks in public.
"No need to panic... be responsible. We don't want to enforce a lockdown right now... we want to keep curbs as limited as possible, so the common man is not affected. Tomorrow there is a DDMA (Delhi Disaster Management Agency) meeting, and we will review the situation again," he said.
His today's message was a repeat of what he had said last week informing people of staying alert as the coronavirus cases have been rising rapidly.
He also asked people to take their vaccination shots at their earliest.
CM Arvind Kejriwal also announced that he had recovered after a Covid infection picked up while campaigning for next month's Uttarakhand election. "I am back at your service after recovering from Corona," he said, adding that he had self-isolated at home after having a two-day fever.
Meanwhile, Delhi has reported nearly 20,000 cases in a single day on Saturday.