Ban on Christmas and New Year celebrations, restaurants-theaters will open with 50% capacity
The Delhi government has banned the celebrations of Christmas and New Year amid rising cases of the new Omicron variant of Corona in the country.
The Delhi government has banned the celebrations of Christmas and New Year amid rising cases of the new Omicron variant of Corona in the country. The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has issued new orders for the corona ban on Wednesday. According to the new order, restaurants, bars and cinemas will open with 50% capacity.
According to the order, gathering of crowd and organizing cultural programs have also been banned. Orders have been given to Delhi Police and administration to get these orders implemented. On Wednesday, 125 cases of corona have been registered in Delhi within 24 hours. This is the highest in the last 6 months.
DDMA has directed the Market Trade Association to implement 'No Mask, No Entry' at the shops. Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain said on Wednesday that the capital has the capacity for genome sequencing of 400-500 samples. Genome sequencing of all corona infected will be done from today, so that the level of the new variant of Omicron can be accurately detected.