CM Arvind Kejriwal seeks report from Health Secretary on Covid-19 deaths

City reported 736 deaths in last two weeks; toll reaches 3,165

CM Arvind Kejriwal seeks report from Health Secretary on Covid-19 deaths

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. PTI file

New Delhi, July 8

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has sought a detailed analytical report from the Delhi government’s Health Secretary on factors responsible for COVID-19 deaths in the city in the last fortnight, officials said.

Delhi reported 736 deaths in the last two weeks, with 397 people succumbing to the disease in the first week of July.

Officials said the objective of seeking the report is to take all possible measures to reduce coronavirus deaths in the national capital.

A total of 3,165 COVID-19 deaths have occurred in Delhi so far.PTI

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