Delhi govt calls meeting of DMs over coronavirus outbreak

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Delhi govt calls meeting of DMs over coronavirus outbreak

The total number of patients freed from the coronavirus has reached 13 in the country.

Delhi govt calls meeting of DMs over coronavirus outbreak

New Delhi: In a bid to protect the citizens of the national capital from globally declared pandemic COVID-19 and to provide them adequate facilities in the government-run hospitals, the Delhi government has called a meeting of all district magistrates (DM) on Monday.

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal along with Health Minister Satyender Jain will hold a review meeting with all DMs and other district officials, following which, the district officials will comply to the directives from the government in their respective areas.

In Delhi, one person died because of coronavirus. On the other hand, two persons have been cured. The government has shut all the schools, colleges, public swimming pools and cinema halls as a precautionary measure.

Disinfecting public office and transport have also made compulsory by the government. The Union Health Ministry said till Sunday night, the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases across India were 110, including the foreign nationals. 

The total number of patients freed from the coronavirus has reached 13 in the country.

On the issue of selling masks at higher prices in Delhi, Health Minister said that the central government has already come out with a notification that if anyone sells masks or sanitizers above the MRP, strict action will be taken against them. 

The Delhi government team will monitor it. All SDM and CDMO have been instructed to keep a check on the market.