New Delhi: As several key activities are set to resume across India from June 8, Monday, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced a detailed set of restrictions and relaxations for the national capital. Also Read - India's COVID-19 Tally Surpasses 59 Lakh-mark, Deaths Stand at 93,379 | Key Points
Addressing a press conference, CM Kejriwal said that the borders of the capital city will reopen from tomorrow, however, PVRs and banquet halls will remain shut. Also Read - COVID-19: Global Death Toll Nears 1 mn, WHO Says Prospect of Another Million Fatalities Not Unimaginable
Furthermore, he announced that Delhi hospitals will be available for Delhiites only. “While Central Govt hospitals will remain open for all. Private hospitals except those where special surgeries like neurosurgery are performed also reserved for Delhi residents”, the AAP leader stated.
“As a precautionary measure, the elderly people should have minimum interaction with their family members and others, especially children, as senior citizens are most vulnerable to COVID-19. Try and remain in a single room of your house”, he advised.
List of activities barred in Delhi
Hotels, banquet halls
Metro Rail services
Schools, colleges, educational, training, coaching institutions
Gymnasiums, swimming pools, entertainment parks
List of activities permitted in Delhi
Markets and market complexes
Intra-state (within NCT of Delhi) movement of buses
Private and government offices
Barbershops and salons
However, in the containment zones only essential activities will be allowed. In the Containment Zones, there shall be intensive contact tracing, house-to-house surveillance, and other clinical interventions, as required.