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New Delhi: New cases of corona have been declining in the national capital for the past few days, but the Kejriwal government has increased the corona curfew in Delhi due to the risk of infection. The Delhi coroner’s curfew has been extended till 5 am in June, although some concessions have been made under the unlocking process from May 31. Under this, manufacturing and production units will be allowed to operate within the boundary wall or premises of the industrial zone. At the same time, construction work can be done within the work site. Kavid-19: Corona cases are improving every day in Delhi, with 9,956 new cases in the last 24 hours.
However, the conditions have been kept for discount. Covid rules must be followed at work. Without these, only people without symptoms will be able to work. Masks, sanitizers, spitting in public places in addition to social distance will be prohibited. Drinking gutka and tobacco will also be banned. Thermal screening, use of sanitizer will be mandatory.
Sanitation is mandatory at every entry and exit point. Workers will be allowed to navigate through e-passes. For violations of the rules, the manufacturing unit or construction site may be shut down and action will also be taken under the DDMA Act.
Let us inform you that corona infection in Delhi seems to be declining, but at present the government does not want to take any risk by relaxing the lockdown. Less than 1,000 new cases of infection were registered in Delhi on Saturday. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has said that for the first time in the second wave of corona, so few cases have come to Delhi.
CM Kejriwal said there have been about 956 corona incidents in Delhi in the last 24 hours. “As soon as the cases come down, we will allow more activities to take place,” he said.