Kejriwal government’s big decision amid rising cases of corona, now Lutyens will also have corona test in Delhi

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new Delhi. The cases of Corona (Delhi Corona) in Delhi are once again increasing rapidly. In the last 24 hours, 2914 Corona Cases have been reported. At the same time, 19 deaths occurred in 24 hours in different hospitals in Delhi. A total of 4481 people have died from Corona so far. In such a situation, on the instructions of Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, 40,000 Corona virus will now be investigated daily in Delhi.

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But the special thing is that from next week, investigation camps will also be set up outside the central government offices in Lutyens Delhi. Officials gave this information on Friday. In view of the increasing cases of infection in the national capital, Kejriwal ordered to increase the number of Kovid-19 investigations. Sources said that a camp will also be organized outside the Parliament.

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The monsoon session of Parliament is going to start from 14 September

A Delhi government official said, “Currently, Kovid-19 investigation is being done at Delhi government centers. These include 207 dispensaries and 38 hospitals. The government has decided to increase the number of investigations to 40,000 per day. Therefore camps will be organized outside the central government offices. ” It is known that the monsoon session of Parliament is going to start from 14 September.

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Delhi’s 2 month old record broken in 24 hours

Corona virus cases are again increasing rapidly in Delhi. This is the reason why the government has taken this decision. On September 2, it was reported that Delhi’s 2-month-old record was broken in 24 hours. There were 19 deaths in 24 hours from Corona in different hospitals in Delhi. So far 4481 deaths have been reported from Corona in the country’s capital. These figures were released by the Delhi government. At the same time, 2509 cases of corona were reported in 24 hours.

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