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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday said while the coronavirus cases are increasing, the government is four steps ahead of coronavirus in terms of preparations.

Kejriwal said so far, 398 people have died due to the infection.

"In the past few days, the cases have been increasing and I assure that we are ahead in planning. We have made arrangements even more than what is required. We cannot have a permanent lockdown to fight against coronavirus," he said.

"It involves concern yet it is not something to be frightened of. I guarantee you that your legislature is four strides in front of Coronavirus," Kejriwal guaranteed Delhi residents. 

Kejriwal, while tending to the media, likewise said that the point is that there are adequate beds and game plans in the medical clinics to manage the cases and less passings occurring. 

"We have secured an enormous number of beds to treat Corona(virus) patients. In spite of the fact that the quantity of cases are rising, we have adequate plans to treat them," he included. He educated that last week the city had 4,500 beds for covid treatment.

"In the past week, we made arrangements for 2,100 more beds. We now have about 6,500 beds. By June 5, we will have 9,500 beds. We are taking over hospitals and hotels," he added.

Kejriwal also informed that while the cases have doubled in the last 15 days, only 2,100 are in hospitals and rest are undergoing treatment at their homes.

"Today, 17,386 cases are there and only 2,100 patients are in hospitals, only about 600 more people have been admitted to the hospitals in the last 15 days," he added.
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