Coronavirus: Buses, metro to be disinfected on regular basis, says Kejriwal
New Delhi: The Delhi government has ordered DTC and cluster buses, metro and hospitals to be disinfected on a regular basis as a precautionary measure to deal with the novel coronavirus, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Sunday.
Addressing a press conference, Kejriwal said that three cases of coronavirus have been reported in Delhi so far and one case is still under investigation.
The chief minister said that 168 isolation beds have been set up at 25 hospitals for coronavirus patients.
He appealed to the people in Delhi that if anybody from their neighbourhood had returned from foreign countries in the past 14 days, they should inform the government.
The chief minister, who chaired a state task force on Sunday, said the government was fully prepared to deal with the novel coronavirus, adding that people do not need to panic.
“An order has been issued to disinfect DTC, cluster buses, Delhi Metro and hospitals every day,” he said.
“Three cases of coronavirus have been reported in Delhi so far. One case is still under under investigation. I want to tell this to everyone that the Delhi government is worried about it but we are fully prepared to tackle it.
There is no need to panic and we need everyone’s cooperation,” he said.