The Delhi Gyms association VP said that the Delhi government is not thinking about one lakh people who are employed by the fitness industry in Delhi.
The traders of Sadar Bazar Market on Wednesday staged a protest over the DDMA’s odd-even arrangement for opening of shops which was imposed due to a surge in Covid cases in the city.
Earlier, the DDMA had directed all Delhi government employees associated with non-essential services to work from home.
The letter was sent after the DDMA issued fresh guidelines on Tuesday ordering the closure of all private offices and asking people to work from home.
Delhi: Authorities order closure of all private offices, suggest work from home amid rising Covid cases
On January 10, the DDMA had also ordered closure of bars and restaurants in the city allowing only take-away services.
Restaurateurs say no clarity about food delivery, maintaining workers will be difficult
The DDMA also asked the officers to strictly ensure wearing of masks and adherence to social distancing by citizens in marketplaces and public areas to break the chain of transmission.
The industry owners in the city criticised the government for not making guidelines clear in terms of industries during the lockdown.
At a review meeting, the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) decided not to impose any fresh restrictions despite cases in the capital recording an 86 per cent jump.
A restaurant in Mehrauli was sealed after found violating DDMA guidelines on the number of people allowed while officials informed that 7,700 violators have been fined in past two days.
Amid rising COVID cases in the national capital, the Delhi Police has sealed a restaurant in Mehrauli for allegedly violating DDMA guidelines.
The DDMA, which devises Covid-19 management policies for the national capital, said no separate permission is required for \celebrations inside places of worship.
The hotel industry will be impacted by the DDMA order banning large public gatherings and celebrations on Christmas and New Year.
No Christmas, New Year in Delhi as national capital sees 125 COVID cases in a day, highest in six months
Delhi Disaster Management Authority ordered the district magistrates to identify potential COVID-19 superspreader areas ahead of Christmas and New Year.
In an order, the DDMA said the currently permitted and restricted activities in Delhi will continue up to the intervening night of December 31 and January 1.