New Delhi: The country's capital Delhi has been tightened in the wake of the growing corona crisis. Now an order has been issued to completely close all private offices in Delhi. All employees of these offices will work from home (WFH). The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has issued the order. At present, private offices were running at 50 per cent capacity and 50 per cent of the staff used to go to the office.
DDMA has also imposed more stringent restrictions. All restaurants and bars in Delhi have also been closed under the order. Now home delivery and takeaway facility of only food items from restaurants will continue. Tell us that so far restaurants and bars were also open with a capacity of 50 percent. On the other hand, when it comes to offices, only private offices in Exempted Category/Essential Services will be exempted from this rule.
1,68,063 new cases of corona infection have been reported in the country in the last 24 hours. However, it's a bit of a relief. Indeed, there have been 6.5% fewer cases than on Monday. 1.79 lakh corona cases were reported in India on Monday. So far, 3,58,75,790 cases of corona infection have been reported in India. Omicron cases have increased to 4,461 in the country.