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Delhi HC Criticizes Delhi Government on COVID-19 Management, States that Delhi Would Soon Become the "Corona Capital of the Country"

Lawstreet Journal 10 Nov 2020 1:02am

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On November 5, 2020, Delhi High Court criticized the Delhi Government by saying that it has gone completely haywire with the handling of the coronavirus outbreak and Delhi is on the way to become the "corona capital of the country", as the third wave of infection in the city continues to create an alarming situation. 

As new infections in Delhi have been rising rapidly, deaths and hospitalization requirements have begun rapidly increasing too. According to a bulletin on November 5, 2020, sixty-six people lost their life due to covid-19 and it is the highest single-day death in over four months. Delhi has recorded the last 66 deaths on June 27, 2020, at a time when treatment protocol for covid-19 was still being assessed. 

On November 5 20-20 to judge bench of Justice Hima Kohli and Subramonium Prasad sad that "Delhi Government has gone completely haywire on the pandemic and soon going to become the Corona capital of the country thanks to the number of cases shooting up. Many claims were made by the Delhi Government that they are topping charts in testing but the number of cases has overshot. The government has many answers to give us."

There are several indications and facts which show that Delhi is in the grip of its third and worst wave of infection. In the past week there were 5,843 cases on average every day, the highest this number has been seen since the first case was recorded on March 2, 2020. Delhi has now 4, 16, 653 total… Continue Reading...


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