Fine for not wearing masks in Delhi to be raised to Rs 2,000: Kejriwal

New Delhi, November 19

*Delhi government implementing from Thursday decision to reserve 80 per cent of beds in private hospitals for COVID-19 patients: CM Kejriwal.

*Fine for not wearing masks in Delhi to be raised from Rs 500 to Rs 2,000: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.

*Appeal all political parties, social organisations to distribute masks at public places in Delhi: CM

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*Arrangements being made for over 1,400 ICU beds, including 663 in Delhi govt hospitals and 750 at Centre-run facilities: Kejriwal.

*Directed raising of non-ICU bed reservations at pvt hospitals in Delhi from 50 per cent to 60 per cent for COVID-19 patients: CM.

*Appeal to people not to celebrate Chhath at ponds, other water bodies; it may cause massive spread of COVID-19: Kejriwal. PTI

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