The second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic has weakened in the nation as national capital Delhi recently reported 946 Covid-19 cases. And with a considerable reduction in the Coronavirus cases, the national capital Delhi has commenced with the Unlock process from Monday i.e., today.
After the announcement made by CM Arvind Kejriwal in Delhi, work will start on industrial areas and construction sites from Monday. As per the guidelines shared, it will be mandatory for the construction workers, laborers, and other staff to carry e-passes to the factory and the manufacturing units.
Moreover, the Delhi Lockdown has also been extended till next week i.e., until 7th June, and only the factory and construction workers will be allowed to avail the exemptions. While Delhi Metro will remain close until the next orders
While states such as Haryana, Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, and Goa have announced to extend the lockdown or other restrictions for one more week until the 7th June, considering the current situation of the Covid-19 virus.