According to the latest guidelines, restaurants can open with 50 per cent capacity but they cannot serve liquor to their guests as bars will remained closed till further orders.
As part of the third phase of unlock, restaurants are allowed to operate at 50 per cent seating capacity. All shops in markets or malls can open from 10 am to 8 pm.
Physical distance of at least six feet, masks, sanitizers mandatory: DDMA issues SOP for weekly markets in national capital
Pregnant women, children aged below 10, elderly aged above 65 and persons with comorbidities have been advised to stay home.
The national capital has recorded 14,31,139 Covid-19 cases and 24,823 fatalities due to the disease since it began ravaging countries last year.
A representative of the government agency said that labourers had started returning to the city and hopefully, 100 per cent strength would be available.
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Kejriwal said the Covid situation in Delhi has significantly improved and the number of cases have also declined. He, however, warned if cases increased restrictions will have to be reimposed.
1,349 challans were issued in the city on June 9, of which 1,167 were for not wearing face masks, 180 for not maintaining social distance and two were against large public gatherings.
The Delhi government is buying 25 oxygen tankers and putting up 64 oxygen plants in the next few weeks to ensure the city does not face another oxygen crisis as it did during the second wave.
The demand soared further to 5,906 on Tuesday. With an improvement in the coronavirus situation in Delhi, markets, malls, standalone shops and other establishments have been reopened.
On Monday, when the restrictions were relaxed allowing markets to function, the city had registered cases below 300 for the first time after March 2.
After the second wave of coronavirus weakened, the Delhi government started the unlock process, in which markets were allowed to open from Monday on an odd-even basis.
According to an order issued on June 5, the inspections of the buildings for issue or renew of fire safety certificates shall be resumed with immediate effect.
There are around 850 liquor shops in the city, including those run by government agencies and private individuals.
Mobile units would be used to provide medical facilities and all caregivers, staff and supervisors of children’s homes would be vaccinated on a priority basis.