Delhi….! On the first day of the second wave the national capital reported less than 100 cases. Delhi has recorded 89 new cases, 173 recoveries and 11 deaths, according to data released by the Health Department.
The active cases in the national capital stand at 1.996 with these new data, while the total recoveries reach 14.05.460.
Because of the decline of COVID cases, from today’s onward lock-down restrictions, the Delhi government has announced further relaxation.
The rest period was extended until 5:00 p.m. on 28 June. The DDMAs have eased the current curbs by allowing bars, golf clubs, garden and public parks to be reopened.
Delhi Disaster Management Authority Outdoor yoga activities were also allowed by DDMA. The Delhi administration said in a new order that bars will be able to open from midday to 10 pm with 50 percent seat capacity.
Instead of the current one, the restaurants can stay open from 8am to 10pm. What is permitted here: All government agencies may work with grade-equivalent officials and to a maximum of 100% strength.
With 50 percent strength, all private offices are permitted from 9am to 5pm to open.
It is possible to open all stand-alone residential shops and shops. Shops offering services that are not essential, open from 10am to 8pm.
Religious sites can be opened but visitors are not permitted. With a capacity of 50 percent, Delhi Metro will operate