Lockdown will end in Delhi from Monday, will be unlocked with these exemptions, know what will open and what will not?

From back to few days in Delhi decreasing in covid-19 cases, that's why the Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal of Delhi decided to the process of the unlock in Delhi Know What will be open and what will be not?

The CM of Delhi said now would be economy should be brought back on track gradually.

He said in a virtual press briefing, "Delhi has fought it's battle against the coronavirus with full force and now it is time to bring the economy back on track gradually."

The Chief Minister said that the ongoing lockdown in the national capital since April 19 will continue with additional relaxation in other activities. He also said that if the coronavirus situation remains under control even after the resumption of these activities, further relaxations will be made in the coming weeks.

According to Kejriwal, 400 fresh Kovid-19 cases were reported in the city on Saturday, while the positivity rate was 0.05 percent. The chief minister said the government was making provisions for children and setting up a panel, as well as a task force, to track the next wave of infections.

He said, “We are preparing for the third wave of Kovid-19 keeping in mind that the cases may reach 37,000 at their peak.” Giving details of his plan, Kejriwal said the government is setting up 64 oxygen plants - the city faced a severe shortage of oxygen supply over the past few weeks, with several hospitals sending SOSs saying they were left with supplies for a few hours. was abandoned.


Last week, the government allowed production and construction activities in Delhi, starting a phased unlocking process.


New rules for market, Mall and the Offices:

Markets and malls are being opened on an odd-even basis between 10 am to 8 pm.

Private offices can open with 50 percent manpower, although work from home mode should still be widely used.

In government officials, Officers of the private sectors will work while only 50 percent of the other category employees will be present in the office.

Stand-alone shops selling essential commodities are allowed to open on a daily basis.

Delhi Metro can resume its operations with 50 percent capacity.

As the situation improves, further relaxation will be announced. This is what is being done at present.

"As far as the third wave is concerned, we are making good preparations to ensure that we don't get caught unintentionally when the third wave hits. We are also making provision for children and setting up a panel for the same as well as a task force to track a possible third wave.”

He said, “We faced acute shortage of oxygen and hence we under Delhi government are augmenting the oxygen infrastructure in the national capital. We are also buying oxygen tankers because earlier we did not have any tanker of our own. We are buying 25 such tankers.

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