Delhi Covid Exploding 7437 cases

7,437 new covid-19 cases and 24 deaths in the national capital over the past 24 hours. Positivity increase from 6.10% to 8.10% in just a day. 91,770 tests conducted.

If 200000 tests are conducted we will report between 13000-15000 cases more  

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Even after the High Court reprimanding Delhi Govt. for the advt. rather than paying the salaries of doctors and teachers of MCD, Kejriwal continues with his carpet bombing of advts. every five minutes. Unfortunately, voters find him to be a messiah. more  
Well Atleast Delhi is testing more  
It is really surprising that Delhi Govt is not focussed on root causes of spreading virus. They are focussed to make money from car drivers, family passemgers/friends/well known people etc travelling in the car. They are not bothered about the huge rush in the market and at least 10% of people either not wearing mask or not wearing properly, but govt knows that these violators will not pay Rs 2000 / 5000 fine to Govt. This is a great failure/ ignorance of Govt.

Do you think night curfew Works?

How many of us going out gathering at one place in the night as peoples crowded in the market or other places during the day time. Night curfew is not going to work in Delhi at all. It may work in Mumbai but not in Delhi. more  
Keriwal has no time for such un-important things. He has to appear on TV in several ads. The worst part i that even TV channels like REPUBLIC are more interested in making money for displaying Kejriwal's advertisements even at a rate of 4-5 every hour. I did not expect this from Republic more  
The situation is getting just out of control. Delhi Government must become more serious and take effective and urgent measures to see that people strictly follow laid down protocols like wearing masks,washing hands frequently and practice social distancing as regular habits. more  
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