Delhi: Kejriwal says that majority of the COVID-19 cases are asymptomatic


Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that majority of COVID-19 cases in the national capital of India are asymptomatic. He claimed this on Sunday noon and also said that around 75% of cases with mild symptoms or with no symptoms.

Kejriwal further said that 82% of the people who lost their lives were above the age of 50 and the government is seeing more deaths among the elderly people. Therefore, this is very much terrific that the majority of the COVID-19 cases are asymptomatic or with mild symptoms. He furthermore, said that this can cause more problems for Delhi in the future. Along with all this, he said that the government of Delhi is trying to arrange more special trains for migrant workers. Kejriwal also made an appeal to the workers not to travel by foot because this is not at all safe. Ergo, the government of Delhi is taking responsibility for all these workers who are stuck there in the national capital Delhi.

Now, as per the reports, the National capital Delhi is having more than 6923 cases out of which 4781 are active. The death toll of Delhi has reached 73 and around 2069 patients have recovered from this deadly disease.

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