In view of the continuous decrease in the cases of Coronavirus in Delhi, it has been decided to give relaxation in restrictions. Weekend curfew will be lifted in the national capital Delhi, but night curfew will continue. Also, the odd-even rule of shops in the markets of Delhi will end. This decision has been taken in the meeting of Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA). After the relief in restrictions, now restaurants and bars in Delhi will be able to run with 50 percent capacity. Till now there was only home delivery and take away option from the restaurant. Government offices in Delhi will also open with 50 percent capacity. However, educational institutions and schools will remain closed for now.
According to the information received from the sources, cinema halls will be able to open in Delhi with 50 percent capacity and there will be a discount if 200 people attend the wedding ceremony. Earlier 50 people were allowed to attend.
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The Delhi Disaster Management Authority had called a meeting today to discuss easing of restrictions in view of the improvement in the situation of Covid-19. In this meeting, it was decided to give concession.
Earlier on Thursday, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said that the situation of coronavirus in Delhi is coming under control. He said that there may be a decline in the number of new cases coming daily and this figure may remain less than 5,000.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had said on Tuesday that if the corona increases, then restrictions have to be imposed. Soon we will try to remove the restrictions and bring your life back to normalcy.
7,498 new corona cases were reported in Delhi on Wednesday and before that on Tuesday, 6,028 new cases were reported.