If the health system collapses, Delhi may face another lockdown: CM Arvind Kejriwal
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday said the state government was not in favour of imposing lockdown in the national capital, but ‘if the health system collapsed then lockdown would be only option’
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday said the state government was not in favour of imposing lockdown in the national capital, but 'if the health system collapsed then lockdown would be the only option'.
"I will request all citizens of Delhi to follow COVID-19 protection measures. I will also appeal to the people to go to the hospital only when it is urgent.
"The Delhi government assures you that healthcare workers will visit you and guide you for home isolation. Come to hospital only if the case is serious," Chief Minister said while addressing a press conference.
He further added that at present Delhi's health system was strong and all government and private hospitals have been strengthened again in view of rising new cases of COVID-19.
He said doctors and health workers have been serving relentlessly for the last one year.
"We have enough beds in all the government and private hospitals for COVID infected patients. But, if the health system collapses, we will have no option except to impose lockdown again in the city," he added.