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After Haryana, Delhi also declares COVID-19 as epidemic

 New Delhi, March 13 (FM): After Haryana, Delhi government on Thursday, has also declared coronavirus as epidemic. The decision has been taken after the increasing number of cases of coronavirus in the city.

 

Earlier, the World Health Organisation has declared COVID-19 as epidemic.

 

After Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday declared it as epidemic, the cinema halls have been shut down in Delhi till March 31.

 

While interacting with the media here today, the chief minister Arvind Kejriwal said that the schools and colleges who were not conducting examinations, would also remain closed.

 

  

Haryana was the first state declaring COVID-19 as epidemic. In a tweet, Haryana health minister Anil Vij has said, “We have declared coronavirus as epidemic.”

 

As of now, as many as 73 cases of coronavirus have been reported so far. Kerala was the first state to report three cases of coronavirus. Meanwhile Indian government has cancelled issuance of all visas for all countries till April 15. 

 

 

 
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