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Delhi govt to keep up established order on prohibited actions on account of COVID-19 until 31 Oct – India News , Firstpost

The DDMA order acknowledged that every one social, educational, leisure, cultural, non secular, political capabilities and gatherings will proceed to be prohibited throughout the town

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New Delhi: The Delhi authorities has determined to keep up established order on prohibited and permitted actions until 31 October within the National Capital.

In an order issued by the Delhi Disaster Management Authority on Wednesday evening, Chief Secretary Vijay Dev stated that two weekly markets in every civic physique zone will probably be allowed.

The order acknowledged that every one social, educational, leisure, cultural, non secular, political capabilities in addition to different gatherings and enormous congregations will proceed to be prohibited throughout the town.

However, most 50 individuals will probably be allowed in marriage associated gatherings and most 20 individuals are allowed in funeral and final rites associated gatherings, it acknowledged.

On Wednesday, the Union Home Ministry issued new tips for allowing extra actions in areas outdoors the containment zones that included opening up of cinemas, theatres and multiplexes with as much as 50 p.c of their seating capability from 15 October.

States and Union Territories have been given the pliability to resolve on reopening colleges and training establishments after 15 October in a graded method, and allowing social, non secular and political gatherings past the restrict of 100 individuals, topic to sure circumstances.

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