Weekend curfew, odd-even curbs on shops lifted by Delhi govt

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The Delhi Disaster Management Authority on Thursday chose to lift end of weekend curfew and odd-even process for opening unimportant shops in the city other than allowing eateries and bars to resume with 50% seating limit, taking into account advancing COVID-19 circumstance.

The choice was made at a gathering headed by Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal. He, nonetheless, delayed the choice to resume schools for the following gathering, authorities said.

The public authority workplaces have likewise been permitted to resume with 50% staff, they said.

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One more choice taken at the gathering was to permit wedding functions with most extreme 200 visitors in open regions and up to 50 percent limit at indoor scenes. Up until this point, simply 20 individuals were permitted to go to these occasions at home.

The night time limit forced on non-weekend days from 10 pm to 5 am will proceed.

The gathering additionally chose for severe requirement and improvement of Covid fitting conduct and different rules to check ascend in cases, they added. PTI

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