The chief minister’s comments came a day after Delhi reported 299 new COVID-19 cases, a jump of 118 per cent in two days.
Arvind Kejriwal, the Delhi Chief Minister, stated on Thursday that his administration is monitoring the COVID-19 situation in the city and will introduce a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for schools if necessary.
He stated that coronavirus-related hospitalizations have not increased and that “there is no cause to fear.”
The chief minister’s remarks came a day after Delhi recorded 299 new COVID-19 cases in two days, an increase of 118 percent.
According to data provided by the local health department, the positive rate was 2.49 percent.
On the margins of an event, he told reporters, “We’re keeping an eye on the issue.”
“If necessary, we would introduce a SOP for Covid in Delhi schools.”
Despite physicians’ warnings on Tuesday, the Covid positive rate in Delhi has risen from 0.5 percent to 2.70 percent in a week “The daily case count was still low, so it wasn’t a crisis scenario.
The physicians, on the other hand, have advised against letting down your guard.
Will bring SOP for schools if need be: Arvind Kejriwal as COVID cases rise in Delhi