Citing the capital’s high positivity rate, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday extended Delhi’s lockdown for another week. The lockdown will now be in place till 5 am on May 17. During this period, metro services will also remain suspended. This is the second time that the lockdown has been extended. The rules of the lockdown remain largely the same as the past week. Meanwhile, in the fourth such extension so far in the past few days, the Uttar Pradesh government on Sunday decided to extend the partial lockdown, called “closure” by state officials, till 7 am on May 17. The restrictions were set to be lifted tomorrow morning. In Jammu and Kashmir, the already-imposed corona curfew in 20 districts was extended by another week.