Some institutions, however, chose to adopt a wait-and-watch approach and have decided to call children for physical classroom studies only after a few weeks.
A senior officer of the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) said along with the markets, restaurants and bars will also be allowed to open without any closing time restrictions.
This is the 12th time since the start of the second wave of the COVID-19 in the national capital that zero fatality has been logged in a day.
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However, the medical facilities said patients put forth special demands like less hospital visits and single room stay as they are still fearful of contracting Covid.
It said concerned head of school will make specific schedule according to the capacity of the classroom and labs following Covid-appropriate behaviour.
At a DDMA meeting officials gave a presentation on the government’s preparedness for a possible third wave of coronavirus and the status of Covid-19 vaccination.
According to the officials, around 160 PSA oxygen generation plants with a total capacity of 148.11 metric tonnes are being installed at various government and private hospitals in the city.
The DDMA clarified that all educational/coaching institutions will remain closed for teaching purposes, which will continue online.
The national capital recorded 72 fresh COVID-19 cases and one death due to the disease on Saturday, while the positivity rate rose to 0.10 per cent.
The weekly markets were closed after the lockdown was imposed in Delhi on April 19 due to the surge in cases during the second Covid wave.
The Delhi government on Saturday issued orders allowing cinemas/theatres/multiplexes to reopen with 50 per cent capacity from 5 am on July 26.
A total of 1500 visitors will be allowed in each slot.
DDMA takes academic & training activities out of the prohibited list, but classes to continue only in online mode
The Central district magistrate (DM) stated that shopkeepers, vendors and people were found not following Covid-appropriate behaviour on Saturday.
There are 252 people under home-isolation in Delhi, while the number of containment zones stands at 576, the health department said in its daily bulletin.