The Delhi government has announced another phase of the unlocking process on Saturday. Metro and buses will run with 100 percent capacity in Delhi from Monday. Similarly, cinema halls, theaters and multiplexes will be able to operate with 50 percent capacity. The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has announced this in a meeting held on Saturday. Let us tell that in Delhi, which has faced four waves of the epidemic, the government is removing the restrictions in a phased manner.
DDMA issued relief orders
Hindustan Times According to the order issued by DDMA, it has been said that with the decrease in the number of corona patients in Delhi, the test positivity rate has come down. In such a situation, the government has decided to give many relaxations from Monday. Under this, metro and buses with 100 percent capacity, cinema halls, theaters and multiplexes 50 percent capacity, open bars with 50 percent capacity from 12 noon to 10 pm every day. can go to the auditorium
Auditorium will open with 50 percent capacity
As per the order of DDMA, all auditoriums and assembly halls can be opened with 50 percent capacity. A maximum of 100 people will be able to attend the wedding and funeral ceremony. Similarly, spa centers can also be opened with the condition of vaccination and RT-PCR test every week. According to the order, passengers will not be allowed to travel standing in the metro. And buses will have to enter through the back door and exit through the front door.
Schools and colleges will remain closed for now
It has been said in the order of DDMA that no consideration has been given on opening school-college yet. In such a situation, the education of children will continue online. Similarly, all religious places can also be opened, but restrictions on the movement of people will continue in them.
Warning of action for violation of corona protocol
DDMA said that market trade associations, banquet halls, marriage hall associations, gym and yoga institute associations, other trade associations and resident welfare associations will also be fully responsible for the compliance of corona protocol by all shops, malls, markets Action will be taken against the concerned if there is a violation of the corona protocol anywhere. Apart from this, strict action will be taken against the violation of corona protocol in metro and buses. Corona infection
Daily cases have been less than 100 in Delhi
According to the data released by the Delhi government, 58 new cases of corona were reported in the capital on Saturday and one patient died. With this, the total number of infected people has increased to 14,35,778. Of these, 25,041 people have lost their lives. Remind that in April, the number of daily cases had crossed 28,000 and the health system was badly damaged.