The Delhi government will allow public fairs and exhibitions to be conducted in the city from Thursday as a part of its phased unlocking after the devastating second wave of the coronavirus.
The Delhi Disaster Management Authority, issued an order on Wednesday, saying that the Covid-19 cases in the city had reduced. The Capital recorded 38 cases and no deaths in a span of 24 hours.
The disaster management authority asked the owners of the venues to adhere to standard operating procedures to prevent the spread of Covid-19 at their premises.
The DDMA also reiterated the restriction on activities across the city.
Restaurants, bars, auditoriums, assembly halls and cinemas will be allowed to operate with 50% capacity. The Delhi Metro and intra-state buses will operate with 100% seating capacity.
Two passengers will be allowed in autorickshaws and cabs.
As many as 100 people will be allowed at funerals and marriages. The owners of the venues have been tasked with ensuring that the…