New Delhi : 24 JUNE 2020 All coronavirus patients in Delhi should not be asked to visit a quarantine centre for evaluation, the Delhi government said today, registering protest against centre’s new order. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said he has written a letter to Union Home Minister Amit Shah, asking him to “intervene” and roll back the latest guidelines that will put a burden on already strained health infrastructure.
“Today Delhi has two coronavirus models – one is the Amit Shah model, which says that anyone testing positive has to go a quarantine centre. The other one is the Kejriwal model, which says that a team visits the patient’s home to assess the severity of the case,” Manish Sisodia said as he addressed reporters via video conference.
“I have told Amit Shah that this is not ‘your model versus my model’ fight. We have to minimise the inconvenience for people,” Mr Sisodia said.