Health Minister Satyendra Jain has no intentions to enforce a ban for the time being after the Delhi Disaster Management Bureau imposed a curfew and the number of new Covid 19 cases in the city soared by nearly 95 percent to 10,665. Stated. “For the time being, there will be no roadblock in Delhi,” he told reporters on Wednesday, adding that construction will proceed as usual and that employees should not rush. “Some limits have been enforced for the sake of public health. Delhi has enacted the toughest measures in the country to combat the coronavirus, including weekend curfews and school and college closures. The third wave of Covid 19 has hit Delhi, according to Health Minister Satyendra Jain. In only 24 hours, the capital saw eight fatalities and 10,665 new cases. The number reported on Wednesday was over double that recorded on Tuesday (5,481), indicating a widespread viral infection predominantly caused by the Omicron type, which is known to be extremely infectious. It depicts the rate of spread.