New-Delhi: In view of the rising Covid-19 cases, the Delhi government on Tuesday ordered the closure of all private offices, except those which are falling under the exempted category, the DDMA said in its revised guidelines.
The DDMA decided to close restaurants and bars completely, allowing only ‘take away’ facilities.
Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal had on Monday said that there won’t be any lockdowns in the national capital as long as people adhere to Covid-appropriate beahviour.
Presently, The private offices, which were till now operating with 50 per cent workforce, have been asked to follow the practice of work from home.
The government offices in the city are also currently working with 50 percent attendance.
Meanwhile, India has recorded 1,68,063 new COVID-19 cases in the last 24 hours, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare informed today. The tally of the active cases of COVID-19 reached 8,21,446.
All private offices in Delhi shall be closed, except those which are falling under the exempted category; work from home shall be followed. All restaurants & bars shall be closed, takeaways allowed: DDMA in its revised guidelines
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