Markets can stay open till late and restaurants, bars, cafes and cinema theatres can function at 100 per cent seating capacity.
An association of traders in Delhi has requested Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal to call a DDMA meeting and lift the remaining Covid-19 curbs in view of the improved pandemic situation.
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This is the second letter to Baijal written by the New Delhi Traders Association (NDTA). It cited huge financial losses as a cause of concern for traders.
The national capital on Monday recorded four Covid-19 deaths. This is the first time the death rate dipped since January 8 when a total of seven deaths were reported.
On the sidelines of a Republic Day programme at the Delhi Secretariat, he said, “I assure everyone, we are working together to find solutions.”
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.
Kejriwal said that the national capital will report around 22,000 fresh COVID cases on Sunday and said that the situation this year is comparatively better as it was last year.
With weekend curfew in place, restaurants are back looking at a bleak future. They had just about started recovering after the second wave.