The state government has instructed officials to step up monitoring and enforcement of COVID-19 security regulations in these areas
The Delhi government has classified movie theaters, shopping malls, subways and religious venues as “super-spreader” areas amid rising COVID-19 cases. The state government has instructed officials to step up monitoring and enforcement of COVID-19 security regulations in these areas.
As a result of the increasing number of # COVID19 cases, movie theaters, shopping malls, subways and religious sites have been labeled as “super-spreader” areas. All DMS have been instructed to step up surveillance in the following areas: Government of Delhi
– ANI (@ANI) March 24, 2021
The Delhi government has also banned public gatherings, celebrations, and gatherings at festivals such as Holi, Navratri, Shab-e-Barat, etc. to help curb the spread of the coronavirus. According to the order of the Secretary General of Delhi, Vijay Dev, “All concerned authorities will ensure that public celebrations and gatherings, gatherings during upcoming festivals such as Holi, Shab-e-Barat, Navratri, etc. are not in public places / public places / public parks are allowed / markets / religious places etc. in NCT of Delhi. ”
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The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has decided to run random COVID-19 tests at Delhi Airport and all train stations in the state capital. A government official from Delhi said: “With festivals coming up, experts and lieutenant governor stressed the need for more caution and regulation. It was decided that the government will carry out spot checks at Delhi airport and all train stations. Passengers from states with a high incidence of COVID-19 cases will also be the main focus of such samples. But others will also be checked. ”
Delhi’s COVID-19 cases peaked at over 6.49 lakh while 6.34 lakh patients recovered. A total of 10,967 people have so far succumbed to the infection, while there are 4,411 active cases in the state capital. The state government will also step up its vaccination campaign, in which the authorities prioritize economically weaker areas as they cannot access digital platforms to register for the vaccination.
With agency entries
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