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Coronavirus: 5 new cases in Delhi, tally at 35; Kejriwal rebukes landlords

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Coronavirus: 5 new cases in Delhi, tally at 35; Kejriwal rebukes landlords

Coronavirus: 5 new cases in Delhi, tally at 35; Kejriwal rebukes landlords

Five more people have tested positive for the SARS-CoV-2 pathogen in national capital Delhi, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Wednesday evening, reiterating his appeal to people to stay at home as part of the nationwide lockdown.

Kejriwal also rebuked landlords harassing doctors, nurses amid the coronavirus crisis.

The Delhi CM said strict action will be taken against those harrassing medical staff.

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