Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal is said to have undergone a test, just one day after addressing an election rally without a mask.
Authorities in India’s capital, New Delhi, have demanded that people stay indoors this weekend in an effort to find them. new increase in COVID-19 cases.
Tuesday’s announcement came as the country reported 37,379 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours, the highest since September.
Among those who became ill was the Prime Minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal, who said in a Twitter account he had “few symptoms”.
Kejriwal, who on Monday spoke at an election rally in Uttarakhand, said he lives alone at home and encouraged those he met a few days ago to get tested. None of the prime ministers or any of the people who saw him participating in the ceremony wore clothes.
‘Navparivartan Sabha’ in Dehradun is the idea of Uttarakhand Navnirman in the new year. LIFE https://t.co/KEDZQDt4I1
– Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) January 3, 2022
Facebook user Abhishekh Singh sent a message on Kejriwal’s official website telling the prime minister that he should reconsider his actions.
“Try to spend as much time as possible watching your videos / advertisements on how to take care of them, wearing masks, not crowded places,” he wrote.
The capital last week closed the gym and theaters, as well as set a curfew to deal with the spread caused by the Omicron genocide. All residents including key staff have now been asked to stay home from Friday night until Monday morning.
“The government is ready to address any issue of COVID,” Deputy Prime Minister Manish Sisodia said on Tuesday.
More than 200,000 people have died in India last year after a Delta wave of various diseases brought its medical knees.
The 481,000 deaths in India with COVID-19 are the third highest in the world, behind the United States and Brazil.
But non-reporting is common and some studies suggest that its risk may exceed 10 times.
India started rvaccination for young people on Monday and will provide an additional dose for people over the age of 60 from next week.