Today News

Delhi: Big decisions about serving wine in hotels and restaurants, find out the full details

The excise department in Delhi said in a statement on Monday that hotels, clubs and restaurants would remain closed until further notice.

New Delhi: The excise department of the national capital has clarified that at present, liquor will not be consumed in the ‘bars’ of hotels, clubs and restaurants in Delhi. Liquor stores and restaurants have reopened in the national capital after the Kovid-19 incident subsided. These were shut down during the second wave of infections in April.

Bars will be closed in hotels, clubs and restaurants

The excise department in Delhi said in a statement on Monday that hotels, clubs and restaurants would remain closed until further notice.

The order states that all liquor stores in markets, malls and market complexes (outside the content zones) are open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. In June the city’s liquor stores reopened.

Permission to open restaurants

The official said that after the Delhi government allowed the opening of restaurants from Monday, many questions were asked about opening ‘bars’ in hotels, clubs and restaurants, after which the explanation was given.

Dine-in facility as ‘experimental’

In Delhi, restaurants that have been closed for almost two months have been allowed to offer die-in facilities with 50 per cent capacity till June 21 as a ‘trial’.

Explain that all markets, malls and restaurants (50 per cent seating capacity) of the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) will be allowed to operate for one week from 5 am to 5 pm on June 14 on the basis of an examination. Are allowed.

If the infection increases, it will stop

The DDMA also warned that if COVD-19 spreads in markets, malls and restaurants, or if the rate of human infection in Delhi increases and the number of infected people increases, it is proved that they are not being treated properly, then the centers close immediately. Will be given so that every possibility of the next wave of infection is closed.

.

Show More

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Back to top button