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Arvind Kejriwal, coronavirus cases in Delhi

New Delhi: The Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government has now decided to provide a free vaccine against Covid-19 to all people in the national capital. The government is expected to make this announcement soon. 

According to the information, a plan is being made in this regard. Arrangements will be made to install vaccines in all the hospitals of the government in Delhi.

In fact, it is now seen that the number of corona infected patients is again increasing in many states. The death toll is also increasing. Although the vaccine has arrived, it has not been available to everyone yet. The central government is providing the vaccine to all.

So far, the front line warriors were being vaccinated, but now people can get the vaccine by paying a respected amount. Meanwhile, the Delhi government has planned to make this vaccine available to people of all ages for free so that the risk of infection can be reduced.

The number of corona patients is increasing in many states. In view of this, steps are also being taken as a precaution in the capital Delhi. Seeing the increasing number of corona patients, the Delhi Disaster Management Authority has decided that the number of passengers in the metro trains and buses should be kept intact to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

Even after the lockdown was opened, public transport is not being run at full capacity. States like Maharashtra, Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh and Punjab have seen an increase in the number of new corona patients. If patients are increasing in these states, then it is likely that the number of patients in Delhi will also increase. Since there is no intermittent movement in the states, there is a greater possibility of them spreading.

Earlier, Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal chaired the DDMA meeting, which was attended by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, Chief Secretary Vijay Dev and other officials. Last week, the Delhi Transport Department sent a proposal to the DDMA stating that the number of passengers on the bus is increasing, hence, the passengers should be allowed to stand in public buses.

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