Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal addressed the media related to the issue of coronavirus outbreak on Wednesday. He said that the concern is serious from the administration about the outbreak. “There is nothing to panic about,” he said.
Arvind Kejriwal said that the task force has been made under his rule and will take care of all the concerned stakeholders. He said, “He has asked the task force members to tackle the situation of coronavirus as a national emergency.”
The chief of the Aam Admi Party also addressed that the lab for testing coronavirus will be set in Lady Hardinge Hospital in the capital as well as in LNJP hospital if there is any further necessity.
He further said that the current cases of coronavirus are identified to be 88 people. All these people came in contact with the Delhi man who turned to be positive for coronavirus. All these 88 people will be scanned to check the infection.
The chief of Aam Admi Party briefed about the virus to the media after Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan made an announcement about India will screen passengers coming from all over the world.
The total number of cases that came forward in India is 28. The current case tested positive for infection consists of 14 Italian tourists and a driver from India. He came in contact with the two Italian nationals resulting positive in the test for the disease in Jaipur, Rajasthan.
Whereas, six people total in Agra confirmed to be positive for the disease. A family of the patient in Delhi results in positive in the test. A boy from Hyderabad who works in Bengaluru scanned positive. He recently came from a visit to Dubai.
Earlier count of the confirmed cases from India were three who recovered from the infection safely.
On the other hand, the nation is terrified of the outbreak of the coronavirus including Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He tweeted in his recent tweet that he will not participate in the Holi Milan Programme. It is so because the experts from all over the world have advised avoiding mass gatherings.
Along with Mr. Modi, Union Minister and BJP leader Amit Shah also informed that he will not have fun at the Holi festival this year.
On March 3, the review from PM Modi said that India is highly prepared to tackle the novel coronavirus outbreak. His tweet said, “An extensive review related to the preparedness of COVID-19. Various ministries and states are organized and working, starting from the screening of people arriving in India to providing medical attention to every affected person.”