Under a strict lockdown since April 20, markets and shopping centers will reopen in Delhi from Monday based on an odd-even framework between 10 am and 8 pm, and the Delhi Metro services will continue with a 50 percent passengers limit.
Making the declaration, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said the relaxations are being offered as the circumstance in the city has impressively improved with the dunk in Covid-19 cases. The economy should be brought on the path again, the CM declared. "The corona circumstance is leveled out. Just now, cases have stayed around 400 and the positivity rate is 0.5 percent. From Monday, markets, shopping centers will be returned on an odd-even principle between 8 am and 10 pm," Kejriwal said.
The conclusion on which shops will open on a specific day will be made by the locality market affiliations dependent on the sequential number appointed to a specific shop. The independent shops and those associated with expanding fundamental services like grocery shops can stay open as the week progressed, the CM said. Like in maket sectors, shopping centers, as well, are numbered and will open on the other hand under an odd-even framework.
The Delhi Metro will likewise at last reopen, Kejriwal said. As on Monday, metro services will open to people in general with a 50 percent limit, he said. Private workplaces will likewise be permitted to work with 50% limit, the CM said, asking managers to urge individuals to telecommute and carry out staggered working hours. Delhi records 414 new cases and 60 deaths in most recent 24 hours; positivity rate at 0.53%.
"Internet business will proceed. In the coming days, more areas will be opened up if the circumstance stays leveled out," Kejriwal said. Last Monday, a slight facilitating of the lockdown was reported with construction work and manufacturing plants permitted to return.