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Kanwar Yatra 2021 Ban in Delhi: Kejriwal govt bans Kanwar Yatra; takes strict steps

Kanwar Yatra 2021 Ban in Delhi

New Delhi: Kanwar Yatra 2021 Ban in Delhi: After Uttarakhand, now Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government has also banned the Kanwar yatra this year. In a notice issued by the Delhi government, it has been said that this time the Kanwar Yatra is being banned due to Coronavirus. To prevent the spread of corona, the government is taking steps at every level, in this episode, the government is taking strict action on crowded events.

 

Kanwar Yatra 2021 Ban in Delhi: There was a fear the Kanwar Yatra may further spread the coronavirus, hence, this step has been taken. Let us tell you that the Delhi Disaster Management Authority has already made it clear by issuing a notice that due to the spread of Corona epidemic in the world, there should be no overcrowding at religious places at present.

 

Kanwar Yatra 2021 Ban in Delhi: Situation in Delhi

Kanwar Yatra 2021 Ban in Delhi: The infection rate of corona in the national capital has come down to 0.08 per cent. Because of this, the cases of corona are also coming less than 100 for the last several days. On Saturday also 59 new cases of the coronavirus were reported in Delhi.

 

At the same time, 91 patients were cured but in the last 24 hours, four patients died. According to the report of the Health Department, a total of 14,35,478 cases of corona have been reported in Delhi so far. Out of this, 14,09,830 patients have been cured. Due to this the recovery rate of patients is 98.21 per cent.

 

Kanwar Yatra 2021 Ban in Delhi: The total number of fatalities due to the coronavirus has gone up to 25,027. At present, there are 621 active patients, out of which 342 patients are admitted to hospitals. Despite the decrease in corona infection, four new containment zones have been created. The number of containment zones has increased from 418 to 422.

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