Satyendra Jain Minister says Coronavirus: all of Delhi in red zone, on Friday 223 new cases.
Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain said Saturday there were 3.738 positive cases in the national capital, 223 of which were registered on Friday. He said: "So far 1,167 people have recovered, 49 are treated at ICU and five are on fan.
Satyendra Jain also noted that all 11 Delhi districts with over 10 novel cases of coronavirus were listed as "red zone" and that exemptions from those areas would comply with the government guidelines.
Satyendra Jain has said that the government of Delhi is currently in talks with other countries about the issue of stranded migrant workers.
"We have talks with other states and will ask them to take special trains to their native countries to bring migrants," he said.
We have already sent a bus to carry students back from Kota, "said Satyendra Jain." We are offering medical and logistic treatment as well.
The performance of plasma therapy among Delhi patients was also echoed by Satyendra Jain.
"People who have undergone plasma therapy have now been released. Positive outcomes from treatment have been obtained," he said.
Satyendra Jain also informed that the government has now ordered the opening of the Azad Mandi for 24 hours to avoid any gathering at a particular time.
The Ministry of Interior ordered a national lock-up to be extended until 17 May on Friday. The MHA has now authorized a variety of activities based on the red, orange and green classification of districts. The guidelines referred to in the order will come into force on 4 May.
Red zones have been listed by the MHA as districts with the highest caseload, contributing 80% of Covid 19 cases in any state or district with fewer than 4 days duplication. Activities in red zones are allowed here.