Second wave of coronavirus under control, preparing for third one: Delhi CM

Delhi on Monday reported 1,550 cases, the lowest daily count since March 30; positivity rate stayed below 3 per cent

BS Web Team New Delhi
Arvind Kejriwal

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Arvind Kejriwal on Monday said second wave of coronavirus is under control in Delhi and that his government has started preparing for third wave. 

"Imported 6000 oxygen cylinders. Can set up 3000 oxygen beds with these. Grateful to HCL, Give India and Central govt (esp Indian embassy in Beijing) for helping us get these cylinders to Delhi," the Delhi chief minister said.

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