'We have to learn to live with Covid-19,' says Delhi DY CM Manish Sisodia

New Delhi: 

Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, Manish Sisodia, on Tuesday said the people need to learn living with the Covid-19 pandemic as it will be in existence to some extents. Meanwhile, he ensured that the stringent actions will be taken if the cases rises. 

Sisodia said, “We have to learn to live with Covid-19 as it will stay in some capacity; we will take strict action if it increases more.”

The minister said, “For now, there’s no need to panic. The counts are incoming, so we have a meeting with experts and DDMA on April 20.”

It should be noted that the national capital reported 501 new Coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours. Meanwhile, the positivity rate has jumped upto 7.72 per cent. 

Earlier, state Health Minister Satyendra Jain on Monday said COVID19 cases are rising in the national capital but it is not a alarming state as there are fewer cases of hospitalisation due to the infection. 

He further informed that the Kejriwal-led government is monitoring the Coronavirus situation in Delhi. He advised people to wear masks despite the withdrawal of the rule of charging fine for not wearing mask in public places.


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