On Sunday, the government of Delhi has made a major announcement regarding the current situation of the Gymnasium and yoga institute in Delhi. They said, from September 14 all the yoga institutes and gyms which are not in the contamination zone are allowed to open and function as normal. But all have to follow the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) to ensure the proper working in this pandemic.
The government of Delhi also added, from September 14 to September 30 one weekly market is also permitted in all three of Delhi Cantonment Board, Municipal Corporation Delhi (MCD), and NDMC (New Delhi Municipal Council). However, there is no such exception in any contamination zone in Delhi. Holy Cross Day 2020
Delhi: Gyms, yoga institutes set to reopen today
As per the guidelines issued by the Union Home Ministry, the states are allowed to resume the functions of Gyms and Yoga centers with the beginning of ‘Unlock 3’ which started on August 5. But, Delhi Government took its time in order to set proper guidelines and SOP for the successful opening of fitness centers.
Gyms, yoga institutes allowed to open in Delhi
— ANI Digital (@ani_digital) September 13, 2020
With the implementation of ‘Unlock 4’, the functioning of Metro rail in the National Capital Reason (NCR) and Delhi was started on September 10. On the first day, only Red, Green, and Violet lines were resumed and a day after that the Blue line was also started. The Blue line is the longest Metro line in the Delhi NCR, starting from Dwarka Sec 21 to Noida Electronic City/Vaishali. On the first day of resuming Metro more than 7,500 peoples traveled in it between 7 AM to 11 AM.
Recently, Delhi has witnessed more than 4,000 COVID-19 patients out of which 29 has died. The recovery rate is also quite good with more than 3,400 peoples are recovered from COVID-19 in Delhi recently.
India has just surpassed Brazil and now becomes the second-worst COVID-19 hit country just behind the US. A few days earlier, the country has witnessed almost 1 lakh, COVID-19 patients in single day.