Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal greeted people on New Year’s Day on Friday and expressed hope that a vaccine against covid-19 will soon be made available in India. Meanwhile, he also cautioned people to be cautious for the prevention of the disease. In a video message, the Delhi CM said that 2020 was a difficult year for everyone around the world as we saw the biggest pandemic in human history. He also expressed heartfelt gratitude towards covid warriors, who offered their services amid pandemic.
”I salute the Corona warriors doctors, nurses, medical staff, police personnel, sanitation workers, and social and religious organisations. You all got down to serve the people despite a very tough situation,” Kejriwal said.
The chief minister further said that the strong medical system in Delhi’s model during the pandemic became a trendsetter for many countries around the world.
”Delhi did many things that were later followed by many countries and governments,” he said, referring to his government’s COVID-19 management. The year has passed but the coronavirus is still there, and there is a need to maintain caution and follow rules to remain safe,” Kejriwal said.
He also expressed hope that a coronavirus vaccine will soon be available in India and we will return to the world as we knew it.
”Hope the vaccine will be soon available in India and everything will be normal but till then, there is a need to take care of oneself and our families,” he added. The chief minister extended his best wishes to the people for 2021, saying the new year has brought with it new hopes.