Weekend curfew will be removed in Delhi, know what else has changed?

New Delhi: The government has given permission to the proposal to remove the weekend curfew in the capital Delhi. Along with this, the odd-even system applicable for opening shops in the markets will also be closed. Along with this, private offices will also be able to reopen with 50 percent staff. Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has given permission to these proposals when the cases of Corona are low. At present, these proposals have been sent to Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal for further permission.

In the same Delhi, many restrictions were imposed on the increase in the cases of Corona. This also included weekend curfew, odd-even system for shops. WFH was implemented by completely closing the private offices. There was a lot of opposition to the odd-even system implemented for the shops. At present, there has been a decrease in the figures of corona cases in Delhi, but the cases of India are increasing continuously. In the last 24 hours, 3,47,254 new cases of corona infection were reported in India, while 703 people have died due to corona. This number of corona cases is about 30 thousand more than yesterday. Apart from this, there have been more than 700 deaths after several months.

At the same time, 12306 corona cases were found in the capital Delhi yesterday and 46 people lost their lives. Meaning the cases may have reduced in Delhi too, but the death toll is going to increase. Yesterday, after June 10, the maximum number of deaths occurred in 1 day. On June 10, 44 patients had died. At present, the number of active corona cases in Delhi is 68,730. At the same time, the total number of deaths due to corona in Delhi has increased to 25,503. Apart from this, there are 53,593 patients in home isolation.

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