in image Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal
As markets, malls, and the Delhi Metro open for the public following seven weeks today, boss, minister Arvind Kejriwal engaged all to follow proper Covid-19 conduct.
Kejriwal on Saturday reported that restrictions, including those on markets and transport, were being eased starting Monday, following a seven-week lockdown necessitated by a devastating fourth influx of Covid-19 in the city.
While shopping malls will invest in managing footfall continuously, officials of the district administration said they would ensure stricter authorization of distancing and mask norms.
“Many activities are resuming in Delhi from today. But take all the precautions to prevent corona completely – wear a mask, keep social distance and keep washing hands, there should be no laxity at all. We need to curb the spread of Covid-19 while also opening bringing Delhi’s economy back on track,” he said in a tweet in Hindi.
Delhi Metro also resumed services from Monday. Be that as it may, just 50% of the trains have been inducted into service with a recurrence ranging from almost five to 15 minutes on various lines, officials said.
Source: Hindustan Times
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