“Covid-19 cases have been increasing for the last few days. I am also concerned about it. We have been taking all appropriate measures to control it. We are considering taking more steps next week. I think the situation should come under control in 7 to 10 days and the cases should start decreasing,” he stated throughout a press convention.
“Pollution is biggest reason behind the spike in Covid-19 cases in Delhi. We had situation under control until October 20,” the CM stated.
Citing a report, Kejriwal additionally stated that the anti-stubble answer ready by the Indian Agricultural Research Institute, Pusa, decomposed 70 to 95 per cent of crop residue in 24 villages in Delhi.
The Delhi authorities will submit the report together with a petition to Commission for Air Quality Management within the National Capital Region (NCR) and adjoining areas, and urge it to challenge instructions to all state authorities to implement it.
Delhi recorded 7,053 contemporary Covid-19 instances in a day, taking the an infection tally within the nationwide capital to over 4.67 lakh on Thursday, whereas 104 extra fatalities in a identical interval, the very best in over 5 months, pushed the death toll to 7,332, authorities stated.
The nationwide capital had recorded its highest single-day spike of 8,593 Covid-19 instances on Wednesday, whereas 85 deaths linked to the illness had been recorded on that day.