Delhi starts 'Unlock' process, Check Guidelines here!

Whereas in the first week of the unlock process, only factory and construction have been allowed after about 40 days of lockdown.

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Published on 31 May 2021 4:20 AM GMT

Delhi starts Unlock process, Check Guidelines here!
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New Delhi: After the weakening of the second wave of Coronavirus in the country's capital Delhi, the process of unlocking is starting from today ie 31 May.

Delhi Unlock:

Whereas in the first week of the unlock process, only factory and construction have been allowed after about 40 days of lockdown. However, the Corona curfew will remain in force till June 7 at 5 am for the Delhi Metro as well as malls, weekly markets and non-essential services.

E- Passes Mandatory:

In Delhi, from today onwards, it is necessary to take e-passes for the movement of workers and employees while allowing the operation of manufacturing units within closed premises and construction activities within the work sites in the approved industrial areas.

Please tell that their contractors, factory owners will have to apply for e-pass for employees and laborers. At the same time, the order of DDMA states that only workers and employees with no symptoms will be allowed at the workplace.

All District Magistrates will regularly ensure social distancing along with RT-PCR / RAT checks of a large number of people randomly at these construction units and construction sites.

Coronavirus in Delhi:

After the second wave of Corona in Delhi, less than one thousand new cases have come for the first time on Sunday. 946 cases have been received in 24 hours, these are the fewest cases in a day after 22 March. Earlier on March 22, 888 cases had come. At the same time, 78 people died due to corona infection in Delhi in the last 24 hours, the lowest figure of dead in a day after 13 April.

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Yogita S.

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