Due to lack of enforcement of COVID regulations at Rourkela and in the district in general, the district has been reporting 103 to 145 cases for the past four days.
Municipal Commissioner Vijay Amruta Kulange said that the civic body has decided to enforce 'no mask no entry' and 'no mask no goods' norm across the city.
A statement issued by the Chief Minister's Office said that Thackeray made the appeal to the people during the weekly meeting of the state cabinet here.
During the day, Delhi logged 1,042 COVID-19 cases at a positivity rate of 4.64 per cent, while two people died of the infection, taking the tally there to 18,72,699 and toll to 26,164.
Schools in Delhi will continue in offline mode, but they will have to ensure that COVID protocols are strictly followed failing which a penalty may be imposed for creating a deterrent effect.
The Delhi Disaster Management Authority, in its meeting, also decided not to shut schools but chose to come up with a separate Standard Operating Procedure in consultation with experts.
The decision on Monday by US District Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle in Tampa also said that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention improperly failed to justify its decision.
The Maharashtra and Delhi governments recently decided to ease the restriction on the compulsory wearing of face masks in public.
The decision to end all the Covid-related curbs came two years after the Disaster Management (DM) Act, 2005, was invoked following the pandemic outbreak