Lockdown Relaxation in Delhi: Market, malls open in Delhi from June 7, Delhi unlock 2.0: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has made a significant announcement regarding the Unlock-2, saying that the Unlock-2 process will be implemented from June 7.
- Many exemptions from restrictions on lockdown in Delhi
- Unlock-2 will be launched from June 7 in Delhi, as Covid-19 cases continue to decline
- Coronavirus infection in Delhi is now less than one percent
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has announced the extension of the lockdown on June 14 at 5 am. But there are many exceptions to the lockdown restrictions that will open all markets (except weekly markets) and malls. Markets open on an odd basis, that is, they are allowed to open the store day after day. Shoppers will be able to open their stores from 10 am to 8 pm. At the same time, Metro said the operation would be launched with a 50 percent capacity.
Unlock-2 will be launched from June 7 in Delhi as Covid-19 cases continue to decline. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that from Monday, private offices were ordered to be opened on condition of anonymity. In fact, last week, the Delhi government has begun the process of unlocking and sanctioning manufacturing and construction activities in the state.
Exemptions from June 7 are:
Addressing a press conference on the issue, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said it was necessary to get the economy back on track. Coronavirus infection in Delhi is now less than one percent. That is, the situation is quite a under control. But we are not worried about coronavirus. So step-by-step lockdown is relaxed. In addition, he said the supply will continue through e-commerce.
Preparing to face the third wave:
CM Arvind Kejriwal also described the government’s readiness to deal with the third wave of the corona epidemic. In the third wave, we are working on preparations, estimating a maximum of 37,000 cases of the corona. In consultation with experts, the decision will be taken. We are confident that more cases will be registered but we will handle them without any problems.
Workforce for Kids:
CM Arvind Kejriwal said the task force was created for children with the backdrop of the corona epidemic, how many beds they need, how to provide all the facilities to people, it is their responsibility. 420 tons of oxygen storage capacity is being prepared for oxygen. At the same time, 25 tanks are being purchased to set up an oxygen plant.
At the same time, a team of doctors and experts on drugs will be formed. The team will tell you which drug is beneficial and which drug is needed. That team will make the public aware of the drug. The buffer stock of essential medicines is prepared, he explained.