The Delhi government from January 12 will start online yoga and meditation classes for COVID-19 patients in home isolation, said Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
The Delhi government from January 12 will start online yoga and meditation classes for COVID-19 patients in home isolation said Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on
Tuesday. While addressing a press conference, Kejriwal informed that under the initiative, each COVID patient will be sent a link to register for virtual yoga classes.
From Wednesday, trained instructors will conduct hour-long classes in the morning and evening, he said.
The Delhi government is starting a new initiative under ‘Delhi ki Yogshaala’ for the speedy recovery of all the Covid patients under home isolation. Yoga boosts
immunity… We will send them a link today and classes to begin from tomorrow in different batches,” CM Arvind Kejriwal said.
Mentioning details of the programme, the Delhi CM added that the classes will be conducted from 6 am to 11 am, starting from Wednesday. Patients can register at
any time. However, not more than 15 patients will be allowed in one batch so that the Yoga instructor could focus on each patient and the participants can interact
with their instructor individually. Stressing that yoga can help boost immunity, Kejriwal said the Delhi government has made arrangements to conduct online classes
for up to 40,000 patients in home isolation.