Delhi’s Big unlocking, will witness relaxation in Covid guidelines

Image source: NDTV Arvind Kejriwal said the Covid situation in Delhi has significantly improved, and the numbers in the national capital dropped to a three-month low therefore, shops, malls, and restaurants in Delhi will open from tomorrow. However, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, said this will be on a trial basis for a week and strict measures will be taken if the Covid numbers rise.

Shops will be open seven days a week instead of the current odd-even system, and the timings will remain the same i.e. from 10 am to 8 pm. Dining allowed in restaurants, with 50% of seating capacity. The weekly market permitted 50% vendors and the functioning of one market per day in each municipal zone. Salons will open up, but spas will remain shut until further notice. Government offices can open with full capacity, private offices with 50 percent capacity. Delhi Metro and buses will run at 50 percent capacity. The religious place will open up but no devotees allowed. All educational institutions, amusement parks, water parks, and swimming pools will remain shut. Social, public, and cultural gatherings prohibited. Arvind Kejriwal reported, “If the cases of infection keep decreasing in a current manner, then our life will gradually come back on track. It is a great tragedy and we all have to face it together”.

The national capital has shown significant improvement and reported 255 cases in the past 24 hours and the positivity rate stands at 0.35%.

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