Why not lockdown

Delhi had over 13500 cases yday Over 93% of ventilator beds are occupied and many who are on a regular bed will need the remaining 7%. Still only 53% of you are in favour of lockdown.

https://www.localcircles.com/a/public/poll/given-the-current-covid-situation-in-delhi-should-a-complete-3-week-lockdown-be-imposed-in-the/8304492cxc7067

Look at Maharashtra same line of thought and what finally. Lockdown.

Indecisiveness and procrastination will kill us. more  

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we know what is self discipline , most of us think that COVID is not going to effect us and keep moving around freely throwing all precautions to air. Only strict Govt. action can save the situation. more  
@yogesh Sharma..You are very correct..if the public at large becomes sensitive to the current situation and start following the Covid-19 precaution protocols...we will definitely see a steady decline in number of cases. General public is not taking precautions themselves and then crying foul. more  
Jayanti people how will they survive,govt do not give unemployment allowance nor any co pay salary sitting at home. It is only welcome when you get salary sitting at home,so if to die by corona or starvation do not matter much.Moreover corona is among top or middle class whose immunity is weak.lower class work hard and diet is good so no effect. more  
Full lockdown can only control such bad situation , medicines are in short supply .
Hope Govt shall free them from election and address this surmounting disaster . more  
Pls wait till 2nd May till than nothing acceptable to them.Gujrat has long waiting Q for hospital , cremation but no help as election not there around. more  
I seen in Delhi metro, street, market people are not cover their nose & mouth properly and these are people are all walks life (educated & non educated also).
This is the first very reason that every day more and more people infected by COVID. more  
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