New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday acknowledged that Coronavirus cases in the national capital are increasing, but asserted that it is nothing to be scared of. Assuring the public, Kejriwal said that “the government is four steps ahead of Coronavirus”. He also said that there cannot be a permanent lockdown. Also Read - 'Catch & Kill': Air Filter That Can Kill Covid-19 Virus Instantly, Developed by US Scientists
“Delhi is witnessing a surge in Covid-19 cases, we accept it. But there is nothing to worry about, I assure you that we are fully prepared. We cannot be in a permanent lockdown,” Kejriwal said addressing a press conference. “It is a matter of concern but it is nothing to be scared of. I assure you that your government is four steps ahead of Coronavirus,” he added. Also Read - 3 in 4 Indians Prefer Watching Movies on OTT Platforms, Says Survey
On the COVID-19 preparedness front, he said that there are “6500 beds are ready till date and 9500 beds will be ready by another week’. Also Read - Monitor Lizard Casually Walking Around 'Jurassic Niwas' in Delhi Sends Shivers Down Netizens' Backs
“Most of the people are recovering, and they are recovering at home. There is no need to panic,” the Chief Minister said.