Corona curfew has been extended till 5 am on June 7 in the national capital Delhi. Sanctions will continue as before. However, the manufacturing and construction industries are allowed to operate. This information was given by Delhi Disaster Management Authority.
The Delhi government said it has decided to increase controls to reduce the positivity rate and break the chain of infection of corona. This time, the Delhi government has exempted two industries – manufacturing and construction. The government has said in its order that employees of both industries are allowed to work as per Corona’s protocol.
The curfew will continue till 5 am on June 7
The Delhi government said it would re-unlock the capital in phases to prevent the spread of the virus. The curfew will continue until 5 a.m. on June 7. Exemption for essential activities and services will continue as before. E-passes maintained by people involved in essential goods and services will remain valid for traffic as before.
New cases of corona infection in Delhi are below 1000
In addition, new cases of corona infection in Delhi have gone below 1000. In the last 24 hours, 956 new corona cases have been reported in Delhi. While 122 people have died. In a single day, 2380 people have recovered from the corona.
With these new cases in Delhi, the total number of cases of corona infection has now reached 14,24,646. The number of people recovering from the disease has risen to 13,87,538. The death toll from the corona has risen to 24,073. There are currently 13,035 active cases of corona infection in Delhi.
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The positivity rate is 1.19 percent
The positivity rate in Delhi has declined further today. Now the positivity rate in the city has come down to 1.19 percent. The city tested 80,473 corona, according to May 29 data. In which more than 56 thousand RT PCR tests have been done.
CM inaugurates vaccination drive
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today inaugurated the vaccination drive at Chhatrasal Stadium. He was accompanied by Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia. “As the number of cases in Delhi decreases, we will allow more activities to start,” the CMA said. The unlocking process is set to begin in Delhi on Monday, under which construction and manufacturing units have been allowed to start work with the rules.