Delhi Unlock: Restaurants, malls open in Delhi from today, know where the ban will continue

Salons, beauty parlors, barber shops have reopened in Delhi since April 19

Delhi Unlock Restaurants malls open in Delhi from today know

Delhi Unlock: In the third phase of unlock in the country’s capital Delhi, a lot of relief has been given to the people of Delhi. The odd-even formula has now been completely abolished in Delhi shops.

After the decline in the number of corona infected patients, the Chief Minister of the state Arvind Kejriwal has given permission to open the markets of Delhi from today. However, restrictions have been imposed in some places.

State CM Arvind Kejriwal said that weekly market is being allowed, but only one weekly market will be allowed in a zone in a day. Marriages can take place with 20 people at home or in the court. Religious places are being opened but devotees will not be allowed to go.

Restaurants will be opened in Delhi from Monday. But 50 percent people will be allowed to sit. Apart from this, private offices will also function from 9 am to 5 pm with 50 percent capacity.

At the same time, all shops in markets, malls and market complexes can open from 10 am to 8 pm. That is, the formula of odd-even has been abolished now. Kejriwal said that the Delhi Metro will continue to run with 50 percent capacity.

Kejriwal has clearly said that if there is an increase in the cases of Kovid-19 next week, then Delhi’s markets and restaurants will be banned again. School-colleges, educational institutions, social, political, sports, entertainment, cultural, religious gatherings, swimming pools, stadiums, sports complexes, cinemas, theatres, entertainment parks, banquet halls, auditoriums, spas, gyms, public parks and gardens as a whole Will be closed

They haven’t got the green light yet. Cultural and religious programs are also banned. The situation related to Kovid-19 in Delhi is largely under control, preparations are being made to deal with the possible third wave.

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