Delhi lockdown rules

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I really hope sanity prevails. more  

Cases / deaths exploding in Delhi..
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*What is allowed in Delhi*
Barber shops and salons
Markets, complexes can open without any odd-even rule
*Two-wheelers with pillion riders*
Industries can also reopen without staggered shifts.
*Restaurants for takeaways, home delivery*
Buses with up to 20 passengers
All offices; Work From Home encouraged for private offices

*What stays shut in Delhi:*
*Hotels and restaurants*
*Places of worship
Metro services
Schools, colleges
Cinemas, gyms, swimming pools, theatres, auditoriums, assembly halls
Social, religious, sports, cultural, academic functions and gatherings
On Saturday, the central government extended the lockdown till June 30 but announced a phased reopening plan.
*To begin with, malls, restaurants, hotels and places of worship can reopen on June 8, said the home ministry.* A decision will be taken on restarting international flights, schools and colleges and cinemas in subsequent weeks. more
The restrictions on the number of passengers in auto and other vehicles has been lifted, said the CM.

“In autos, e-rickshaws and other vehicles, as per earlier orders, the number of passengers was fixed. But now we are lifting the restrictions on the number of passengers travelling in auto, e-rickshaws and other vehicles,” said Kejriwal. more  
It would be helpful if a revised, actual list of the different category of zones in DELHI could be published again. Necessary, because things have been changing during the past six weeks.
Thanks! more  
The Order of 30.05.2020 from MHA has clearly stated the new facilities. All restaurants for example can function from 8 June 2020. Other relaxations have been advised clearly by the Delhi Govt. Now this Order of 1 June 2020 only appears as another order which does not take into account the opening up that will take place from 8 June 2020 and items also specified by the Delhi Govt. more  
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