Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday said experts believe that second wave of the coronavirus infection, which hit Delhi a while back, is on the decline.
"From July 1 to August 17, we were in control. We noticed that cases increased and it reached 4,500 new cases on September 17 and is now coming down. So experts are believing that the second wave of coronavirus that hit Delhi is now on the peak and its intensity will be less in the coming days," he said addressing the media.
Kejriwal said Delhi recorded approximately 4,500 cases earlier this month. After that, the cases started to decline and in the last 24 hours, 3,700 cases have been reported in the national capital.