Delhi authority relaxes ban on gatherings till Oct 31, gave permission for Dussehra and Durga Puja

New Delhi: The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has now allowed Dussehra (Dussehra) and Durga Puja celebrations this year amid improving conditions from corona in the national capital. However, the organizers have also been asked by the DDMA to ensure that the venue does not attract more PEOPLE than the total number of seats.

In a meeting, DDMA has issued high-handed guidelines there will not any kind of fair etc. On the other hand, 100% mask wear should be strictly enforced. In addition, the standards prescribed for entry and exit should also be complied with.

With this, DDMA has decided that the rest of the classes in schools will be started in a phased manner from November 1. But in view of the upcoming festive season (festive season), schools for classes 9 to 12, which are currently opened, will be closed for the rest of the class. A decision will be taken to open them in a phased manner after the festive season. 

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