Most parents in Delhi are not in favour of reopening schools and the government will consider the move only once coronavirus cases are under control, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Thursday, as the city announced tough new restrictions to tackle a massive spike in infections. "Every parent wants the best for their child and is very concerned for their child. They do not want schools opened currently. They don't care if a few months are wasted," Mr Kejriwal told NDTV in an interview. "Across the world, wherever schools were opened experimentally, coronavirus spread among children. We cannot think of opening schools till COVID-19 is under control," he said.