After Friday’s meeting, DDMA is likely to further ease Covid-19 restrictions in Delhi

After its review meeting on Friday, the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) is expected to ease Covid-19 restrictions in the capital due to a drop in cases, according to sources. The current night curfew of 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. may be relaxed further, and market hours may be extended. Restaurants that are currently operating at 50% capacity may be allowed to operate at full capacity. The DDMA decided to reopen schools, colleges, coaching institutes, and gyms at its most recent review meeting, as well as shorten the night curfew from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m.

Market hours may be extended by DDMA

“While the number of Covid-19 cases has decreased, we must continue to follow the rules until all cases have been eliminated.” Market hours may be extended, and restaurants may be permitted to operate at full capacity. According to sources, the night curfew may be shortened. Restaurant associations, market associations, and a number of industries have recently asked the government to lift the night curfew so that raw materials and stocks can be transported without delay. 

Markets are currently permitted to operate from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. “Everything has been reopened, and the number of cases has been reduced.” The government should also consider loosening market restrictions. So we can boost our winter sales,” said Ashok Randhawa, president of the Mini Market Association.

On Tuesday, Delhi reported 498 Covid-19 cases with a 0.96 percent positive rate and one death. On Monday, there were 360 cases reported, the lowest daily total since December 27. 

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