‘Don’t leave Delhi during lockdown’: CM Kejriwal appeals to migrant workers

nnouncing the weeklong lockdown in Delhi which will commence from tonight, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has appealed to migrant workers not to leave the national capital. Kejriwal in his Covid-19 briefing pointed out that the present lockdown is of short duration, being only six days, and the government will help the migrant workers in all possible manner. 
The lockdown will be imposed in Delhi from 10 pm today to 5 pm next Monday (April 26)Kejriwal said that city’s health system is under stress, adding that hospitals are facing a shortage of oxygen and ICU beds. “I appeal to Delhiites to follow lockdown which is necessary to reduce COVID cases. We will improve the health system during this time,” he said. 
Essential services, however, will be exempted during the weeklong curfew, adding that all private and government offices will work remotely. 

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