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Delhi CM urges Centre to restart the old process of checking COVID-19 patients

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has urged the Centre to restart the process of checking COVID-19 patients at their residence. CM Kejriwal has also urged Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal for the restoration of the old process. After a massive rise in Delhi’s COVID-19 cases, there is still a lot of confusion and chaos among patients regarding government’s instructions for home isolation. Kejriwal tweeted, “Delhi’s home isolation plan has been working very well. I have personally spoken to many patients on the phone who underwent home isolation. I wud urge Centre and LG not to tinker wid it and restore it back.” Currently, Delhi’s COVID-19 cases has crossed the 62,000-mark with 62,655 cases and 2,233 deaths.

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