The Covid-19 tests will be started at every polling station in the containment zones of
in a few days and a comprehensive house-to-house health survey will be done in the hotspots for contact tracing, Shah said.
He added that the Centre would also 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 1,200 lives so far in Delhi.
Kejriwal said the Centre and the Delhi government will fight Covid-19 together in the national
capital, which has witnessed a spurt in coronavirus
The chief minister said a high-level meeting called by Union Home Minister Amit Shah
to discuss the situation in Delhi was "extremely productive".
"Extremely productive meeting betn Del govt and Central govt. Many key decisions taken. We will fight against corona together," Kejriwal tweeted after the meeting.