Kejriwal to hold review meeting on COVID-19
New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday called for a review meeting on coronavirus (COVID-19) with the district magistrates in the national capital.
In Delhi, there have been seven cases with two being cured and one death, since the outbreak of the virus in India.
The city government has shut all the schools, colleges, public swimming pools and cinema halls as a precautionary measure.
Disinfecting public office and transport have also made compulsory by the government.
The Union Health Ministry said till Sunday night, the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases across India were 110, including the foreign nationals. The total number of patients freed from the coronavirus has reached 13 in the country.
There has been two deaths because of COVID-19 in India.