Delhi enters the sixth phase of the easing of Covid-19 lockdown from July 5 with stadiums & sports complexes reopening. Cinema halls, multiplexes & swimming pools, however, will remain shut. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal's government issued orders allowing the sports facilities to function normally. Earlier, stadiums & sports complexes were opened up for those training for national and international competitions or to hold such events. Now the government has opened them up on a regular basis, but without spectators. Spas, schools and colleges, social, political, cultural, religious & other such gatherings will remain prohibited, its order has stated, according to a PTI report. Delhi Metro trains and public transport buses will continue to operate with 50 percent seating capacity, it said. However, two markets - Punjabi Basti & Nangloi's Janata market, were ordered shut till July 6 for not following the health protocol. The Goa government on July 4 extended till July 12 the current state-level curfew that is in place to curb the Covid-19 cases. But, the state government allowed social, political, cultural gatherings, marriages and other congregations of up to 100 people or 50 per cent of the venue capacity. The Uttar Pradesh government on July 2 further eased the Covid-19 restrictions in the state from July 5. The state government has permitted the opening of malls, restaurants, bars & street food stalls, subject to a maximum of 50% occupancy. Watch the video to know more.