Delhi government on Sunday extended the ongoing lockdown in the national capital by one week more.
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal said that the process of unlocking will start from May 31 if cases decrease and people continue to follow all norms.
This for the fifth time Kejriwal government extended the lockdown in Delhi.
The Delhi government had imposed an initial lockdown on April 19, which was last extended on May 16 for one more week.
Delhi recorded 1,600 new cases of Covid-19 on Sunday, its lowest daily tally since March 1.
The positivity rate has declined further and now stands at 2.5%.