Is Delhi moving towards lockdown? Restaurant-bars locked, weekly markets also strictly – coronavirus omicron in delhi new ddma guidelines restaurant bar weekly market arvind kejriwal lockdown news ntc

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  • Infection rate in Delhi increased to 25%
  • More than 65,000 active cases in the capital

Corona Omicron in Delhi: The cases of Corona and Omicron have started increasing rapidly in the capital Delhi. The infection rate has also increased to 25 percent. Meanwhile, new restrictions have also been imposed in Delhi. However, the talk of lockdown in Delhi is being denied. But if the infection rate increases, restrictions like lockdown can be imposed.

Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal held a meeting with the Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) regarding the rising corona in Delhi. After this some decisions have been taken. In which it has been decided to close the restaurant and bar.

What new restrictions have been imposed now?

1. Restaurant and bar lock

It has been decided to close the restaurant and bar. People cannot sit and eat here. although. Online delivery will continue. People can order food online from restaurants and bars. Earlier restaurants and bars were allowed to open with 50 percent capacity.

2. Strictness on Weekly Market too

A decision has also been taken regarding weekly markets. Now permission has been given to set up only one weekly market in one zone alternately in a week. Kovid protocol will be strictly followed in the market. Earlier there was no restriction on weekly markets.

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Now what next?

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal is going to hold a press conference today. In this, Kejriwal can also say about new restrictions. However, its scope is less. Because before this, Kejriwal himself has rejected the matter of imposing a lockdown.

Corona cases are increasing continuously in Delhi

Corona cases are increasing rapidly in Delhi. On Monday, 19 thousand 166 new cases of corona were reported in Delhi. 17 patients also died. The infection rate has increased to 25 percent. There are currently 65 thousand 806 active cases in Delhi. Of these, 44 thousand patients are in home isolation.

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