Delhi Government wants some restrictions in containment zones on the 4th phase of lockdown starting from 18th May.
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There will be some relief in case on non-containment zone where services like public transport including metro, buses with 25 passengers, industrial activities which should follow the government & health ministry protocol.
Delhi government has already finalised set of measures on 14th May. Chief Minister Shri Arvind Kejriwal and Lietenant Governor Anil Baijal will submit the proposal to central government. It will request central government to open alternate shops in markets every day and one-third of the stores in malls be allowed to operate.
The state government will suggest a curfew between 7pm & 7am. Failure to maintain the rule, person will have to give huge fine without wearing masks in public place.
Health Ministry marks all the districts as red, orange & green zones and there are significant restrictions on the red ones, the most affected areas in terms of number of cases, or the most at risk. At present, there are 75 containment zones in Delhi where stand-alone shops, industries can’t operate, people can’t move around even in private vehicles, electricians and plumbers are not allowed.
Delhi CM said that the government received over 5 lakh responses, 49,000 calls, 4,75,000 messages on WhatsApp in last 24 hours after he asked for suggestions on what relaxations should be given in the 4th phase of the lockdown. Maximum people recommended that hotels, barber shops or salons, cinema halls, swimming pools, and other such places which involve a number of people being in close proximity must also not open for now.
Most of them also suggested that proper social distancing must be ensured, strict fines must be imposed on those not wearing masks. They have suggested the opening of parks. But no suck kind of activities in the containment zones will be allowed,” the CM stated.
The proposal includes the resumption of transport services, including auto-rickshaws and taxis, with only one passenger allowed in autos and two passengers in taxis .