Security tightened at Delhi's 'hotspots' amid COVID-19 threat

Mayurdhwaj Apartment in Delhi's IP Extension has been declared as 'containment zone' by the Delhi Government on April 08. Barricading has been done by Delhi Police outside the apartment keeping in mind coronavirus lockdown. On the other side, lane number 9 of Pandav Nagar was also declared as 'containment zone' yesterday. Delhi Police personnel have been deployed in the areas to maintain law and order situation. All movements will be completely barred from the areas to prevent the spread of coronavirus. The Delhi government identified 20 hotspots on April 08 and sealed them completely. Vardhaman Apartment in Mayur Vihar Phase I Extension has also been identified as a 'containment zone' by Delhi Government. There are total 606 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Delhi including nine deaths and 21 cured. According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, the total number of COVID-19 active cases rose to 4714 in India and 149 deaths.