Weekend curfew will not be removed in Delhi, Kejriwal government's proposal not approved

New Delhi: Weekend curfew will remain in force in the country's capital Delhi. In addition, markets will also open using the odd-even system. In view of the decline in covid cases, the Delhi Government recommended the removal of these limits. Lt Governor Anil Baijal has not authorized him. On the other hand, private offices in Delhi will be allowed to reopen with 50% of their personnel. The Lieutenant Governor has agreed to the request of the Kejriwal government.

Several restrictions have been imposed in view of the increasing cases of corona in Delhi. This included weekend curfew and an odd-even system for shops. WFH was closed and commissioned by all private offices. When the odd-even shop system was set up, there was a lot of opposition. Though the number of corona cases has been declining in Delhi recently, the number of corona cases continues to rise across the country. India has registered 3,47,254 new cases of covid in the last 24 hours, with 703 people dying of infection. About 30,000 more covid cases have been reported today as compared to yesterday. Moreover, after several months, about 700 people have died in a day.

According to reports, 12,306 corona cases were reported in the country's capital yesterday, registering 46 deaths. Even though the number of corona cases in Delhi has decreased, the death toll will continue to be a source of trouble. Let us tell you that after 10th June, the highest number of deaths were recorded in a day yesterday. 44 patients died on June 10. There are 68,730 active covid cases in Delhi. The total death toll from Covid has increased to 25,503 in Delhi.

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