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All types of firecrackers banned in Delhi, says Arvind Kejriwal – ban on all types of firecrackers in Delhi, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced


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Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal today held an important meeting with the capital’s chief secretary, health department officials and various DMs on matters of ever increasing corona in the capital.

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CM tweeted that due to the festive season and increasing levels of pollution, Corona cases are increasing in Delhi, so the Delhi government has taken 5 important steps.

CM Kejriwal gave information about two decisions in his first tweet. These include banning firecrackers and increasing the number of oxygen and ICU beds in Delhi government hospitals and further improving medical facilities.

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In the next tweet, Kejriwal wrote about the third decision taken in the meeting, ‘Delhi High Court has stayed stay in the matter of increasing the number of ICU beds in private hospitals, we will file an appeal in the Supreme Court tomorrow. We hope that the Supreme Court will lift the ban keeping in view the important situation.

In the meeting, the fourth decision has been taken by the Delhi government for target testing. Apart from this, the fifth decision is that ‘all steps should be taken to ensure that the death rate does not increase’.

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