New Delhi: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday said the national capital is past the peak of the second wave of coronavirus and the situation has been controlled to a large extent.
Kejriwal said the Delhi government increased the testing to detect the infection exponentially.
“Delhi hit the peak of the second wave of COVID-19 on September 17 when 4,500 cases were reported across the city. The situation has been controlled to a large extent,” he said.
The chief minister also said that 10,000 beds are now unoccupied in hospitals.
“I hope the second wave will slowly pass,” Kejriwal said.
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