Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal has stated, that there will no relaxation in lockdown as of now. While adress a press via video conference, Kejriwal said, that after assessment of the prevailing situation in Delhi, it has been decided not to permit any relaxation of the lockdown, as of now.
“Currently, lockdown is necessary. No relaxations should be given in the hotspots in the city. On 27th April, a review meeting will be held again,” Kejriwal said.
The number of recorded Coronavirus cases in Delhi have reached to 1,893. The government has also revised its order of allowing the e-commerce companies such as Amazon, Flipkart and others to operate. In the latest notification given on Sunday, the Ministry of Home Affairs has prohibited the supply of non-essential goods by e-commerce companies during lockdown 2.0.