Delhi's Unlock Plan: Malls, Markets To Open On Odd-Even Basis, Metro At 50% Capacity

INDIA Team Latestly|

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on June 5 announced that markets & shopping malls in the city will be allowed to open on an odd-even basis. This is similar to the strategy employed to beat air pollution in the national capital, as the city finds its way out of the devastating second wave of Covid-19. Standalone shops, however, will be allowed to open daily from 10am to 8 pm. Home delivery through e-commerce platforms will also be allowed. Delhi Metro too will begin its run again, but only at 50 per cent seating capacity. CM Kejriwal said private offices can be opened with 50 per cent manpower with staggered work hours. The work-from-home mode should still be used widely, urged the Chief Minister. Gymnasiums, swimming pools, water parks, salons, educational & coaching institutes, cinema halls, theatres, weekly markets will remain shut. The Chief Minister said the government is making provisions for children and is setting up a panel, as well as a task force to track the next wave of infections. Watch the video to know more.

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