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Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced new guidelines for lockdown 4.0.
Markets and shopping complexes can reopen on an odd-even basis in Delhi and buses, autos and taxis can run with limited passengers, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said today as he gave details of lockdown 4 extended in the capital till May 31.
Standalone shops will also be allowed but salons will stay shut for now, he said.
“We have to gradually move towards opening up economic activities. Until we have a vaccine, it won’t get over. We will have to learn to live with coronavirus,” Mr Kejriwal said, adding that masks and physical distancing would remain an imperative in the city, which is among the metros with the most number of coronavirus cases in India.
Delhi has over 10,000 coronavirus cases.
“When corona came into India, we were not prepared. We did not know how to prepare. In the last one and a half months, we have made provisions for separate hospitals, testing kits, ventilators,” the Chief Minister said.
The changes will not apply to containment zones or areas which are worst affected by coronavirus.
Metro trains, schools, colleges, malls and cinemas will stay closed for now, Mr Kejriwal said.
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