New Delhi| There will be a strict lockout in the national capital till June 7. Excluding construction and construction units with some guidelines issued by the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA), which will be allowed to resume from Monday. The DDMA order states, “The DDMA directs the extension of the curfew by 5 pm on 7 June, on the movement of individuals (excluding essential activities or services) in the NCT area of Delhi.”
The notification has been issued a day after Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced the gradual unlocking of Delhi, which has been under strict lockout since April 19 to counter the second Covid wave.
“Owners or contractors of construction or production units or employees of construction activities shall be responsible for ensuring strict compliance with respect to COVID-19 safety.”
The order further states that the movement of workers or employees will be allowed only if there is an e-pass.
There will be a regular facility of Kovid sample testing at every factory unit and construction site to monitor the spread of Covid infection.
Meanwhile, the DDMA has directed the district administration and district police in the national capital to ensure that people visiting all mandis, railway stations, ISBT, slum areas as well as grocery stores and medical stores wear masks and Maintain social distance.
It added that the Market Association, Residents Welfare Association (RWA) would also be responsible for ensuring compliance with the proper behavior of Covid by all shopkeepers and residents.