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Delhi Reports Third Coronavirus Wave Says Arvind Kejriwal:- The national capital New Delhi is currently witnessing the third wave of coronavirus, said Arvind Kejriwal, the Chief Minister of Delhi. He said that the Delhi government is in plans to move to Supreme Court to clear the stay that is imposed by the Delhi High Court to allocate 80% of the intensive care unit beds for coronavirus patients in 33 private hospitals of the state. Delhi reported 6725 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday which is a clear indication about the new wave of cases and the overall tally of cases crossed the 4 lakh mark.
Arvind Kejriwal will hold a review meeting with the Health officials of the state tomorrow about the same. "There is a third wave of coronavirus in the state. The cases dropped below 3000 and the plunge has been huge yesterday. I request the people not to panic and the government of Delhi is closely monitoring the situation. There is no scarcity of beds and the health infrastructure in the state. The issue will be resolved after Supreme Court vacates the stay issued by the High Court of Delhi" told Arvind Kejriwal. The government of Delhi also will take a call about allowing firecrackers for Diwali. The meeting is scheduled at 4 PM tomorrow told Arvind Kejriwal.