DELHI traders decide Not to pull down shutters following commitment made by HM Amit Shah to improve health infra in the UT , says CAIT

Delhi’s  trading community has decided not to shut  their businesses for now in view of the positive outcome at the meeting chaired by Union Home Minister Amit Shah with Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal and Chief Minister Aravind Kejriwal  on Sunday, June 14.They reviewed the coronavirus situation and resolved to take several decisions to prevent its spread in the Union Territory, says Confederation of All India  Traders Praveen Khandelwal. CAIT had sought views of traders, most of whom are vulnerable to the invisible virus and expressed anxiety about healthcare, said Khandelwal. The traders hope  the health infrastructure  will improve if the decisions are implemented on a war footing. The situation in Delhi in the last ten days was worrisome for Delhiites. Union Home Minister Amit Shah says in a tweet  after reviewing the overall Covid-19 situation  with the Lieutenant Governor and the Chief Minister that  tests will be started at every polling station in the containment zones of Delhi in a few days and a comprehensive house-to-house health survey will be done in the hotspots for contact tracing. The Centre would provide 500 railway coaches to Delhi in view of the shortage of beds for COVID-19 patients. The COVID-19 tally has reached nearly 39,000 and the virus has claimed more than 1200 lives.

CENTRAL government will provide oxygen cylinders, ventilators and other required essentials to the Delhi Government  for the treatment of Corona patients.COVID-19 test in Delhi.

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