New Unlock rules of Delhi
Are attached and mark my words please these will play a role in driving the next surge.
The state govt failed to lockdown in last week of march when it was needed only to have so many deaths.
If we dont restrain ourselves and they keep opening, we will see 3rd wave by end of July.
Someone who made this prediction about 2nd wave in 1st week of march was laughed at more
Is only lockdown imposed by govt can save from Covid. Can't we become responsible citizen and keep safety.India is poor country where people are hand to mouth not having reserves so with safety only run the show . Has any agency in country calculated the number of families suffered due to lockdown since we walk and act only what media show. more
strangely, while eminent doctors can be seen on TV cautioning people to be careful and follow Covid appropriate behaviour one doesn't see eminent politicians and local leaders doing the same even though their advice would resonate more with the masses. Would urge political leaders and all people of eminence in public life to make this their top most concerns. Delhiites must come together to preempt the third wave! more
People are not taking precautions seriously at all. Also, there is very poor enforcement by the authorities.Even High Court has expressed great concern. But who cares? more
What to talk about normal citizens even law enforcing agencies do not follow the Covid protocol. They don’t follow traffic regulations like helmets, three policemen on two wheelers etc. When such incidents are reported on social media, the reply given is that number plate is not clear, such violence can be fined only on the spot, forwarded to seniors for action. There should be action taken report too to give confidence that action has really been taken.🇮🇳 more
I clearly remember that in Delhi during the first lockdown from 26th March 2020 onwards, there was strict enforcement. The police used to firmly prevent people from wandering about. This time during the full lockdown from 17th April onwards, there was NIL enforcement. Roads had almost 60 % of the normal traffic with no checking. The sad fact is that there is no such thing as self discipline. People behave carelessly, catch & transmit covid & the blame the authorities for the surge. No amount of oxygen, hospital/ ICU beds, ventilators, drugs will suffice unless people develop a sense of responsible, safe behaviour. And if they don't, there will be a 3rd,4th,5th etc waves. more