Delhi Lockdown Guidelines June 2021: Unlock 3.0 Delhi.
As the COVID-19 cases in Delhi continued to trend downward, Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced some relaxation on Sunday.
The AAP government has unlocked the national capital in a staggered manner since June 1. CM announced Unlocking 1 under which it allowed construction activities and factories to resume, taking into account the condition of migrant workers and workers.
Under the gradual unblocking process, Kejriwal allowed all activities, including the reopening of restaurants with 50% capacity and a weekly market per municipal area. Let’s take a look at what’s allowed and what’s not allowed starting June 14.
Also, read Mumbai To Remain Under Level 3 Covid Curbs.
Will religious sites stay open?
Yes, religious sites can be opened but visits will not be allowed.
Will markets, shopping centers be allowed?
Yes, according to the new guidelines, the weekly market is allowed, but only 1 market per zone. All stores can open in shopping centers for a week on a trial basis. If the cases increase, this order will be reduced. The odd-pair system ends at the markets and shopping malls of Delhi.
Is the Delhi Metro allowed to operate?
Yes, Delhi Metro services will continue with 50 percent seating capacity only as per guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Will cars and taxis work?
Yes, cars, electronic rickshaws, or taxis can travel, but no more than 2 passengers are allowed to ensure social distancing.
Will government offices be open?
Yes, there will be 100% attendance for group A officials and 50% for the rest.
Will the private offices be open?
Yes, private offices will operate at 50% capacity from 9 am to 5 pm. However, working from home is recommended.
Will the hotels and restaurants stay open?
Yes, hotels and restaurants will be able to open at 50% of the seating capacity for one week.
Will sports activities be allowed?
No, social, political, sports, entertainment, academic, cultural, and religious festive gatherings will be prohibited.
Will movie theaters, shopping centers, sports complexes, swimming pools be functional?
No. The swimming pools, stadiums, sports complexes, cinemas, multiplex cinemas will remain closed.
Will schools and universities be open?
No, schools, colleges, educational and training institutes will remain closed.
Will bars, spas, gyms, yoga institutes be open?
No, bars, gyms, spas, hair salons, salons, beauty salons, and any stores related to entertainment services will be closed.
Will the parks be open?
No, public parks and gardens will be closed.
How many people are allowed at weddings?
Weddings will not be allowed in public places such as banquet halls or hotels. It will be allowed in households with no more than 20 people.
How many people can attend funerals?
Only 20 people will be allowed at funerals.
Will grocery, fruit, vegetable, and meat stores stay open?
Stores that handle food, groceries, fruits and vegetables, meat and fish, and animal feed will be allowed to operate.
Will e-commerce operations be allowed?
All facilities in the supply chain of essential products, whether they are involved in the manufacture, wholesaling, or retailing of such products through stores or e-commerce companies, will be able to operate in accordance with the National Directives for the management of Covid-19. The movement of all types of goods will be allowed, including empty goods vehicles.
What about health services?
All health services, including hospitals, nursing homes, AYUSH, and veterinary hospitals, continue to function.
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