Haryana to seal borders with Delhi due to increase in COVID cases
From the updates, it has been found that the Haryana government has decided to seal the borders with Delhi once again. This decision has been taken because of the continuously increasing cases of COVID in the national capital of India, Delhi.
The home minister of Haryana Anil Vij wrote a letter to the home secretary in regard to all this, he claimed that the COVID cases are increasing in Haryana adjoining Delhi. Ergo, this is because of the people coming in contact with the people from Delhi. In simple words, this is all because of the uncontrolled entry of Delhite in Haryana. It was found that there were around 98 coronavirus cases in Faridabad, 111 in Gurugram, 6 in Jhajjar, and more than 27 in Sonipat. Keeping these increased cases in mind Anil Vij has requested the home secretary for sealing the borders of Haryana adjoining Delhi.
According to the Health Ministry Haryana is having more than1381 confirmed cases of COVID, including 838 recoveries and 18 causalities till May 28th, 2020. Delhi on the other hand has been reported with 1024 cases on Thursday and the cases have risen to 16,281 with 7495 recoveries and 316 casualties. India is having more than 1, 50,000 confirmed cases now with more than 4500 deaths.
May God save his people from this pandemic outbreak of COVID. Stay in touch to learn more about the COVID pandemic.