Restaurants, malls, places of worship to open from Monday; hotels, banquets to remain shut in Delhi

New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kjriwal on Sunday announced that the restaurants and places of worship will open in the city beginning Monday, however, with strict compliance of the centre’s guidelines.
He further said that the hotels and banquet halls will continue to remain shut.
He said that the central government has issued specific guidelines in view of opening such places, that will be
effectively observed which include social distancing, masks and various other measures.
He said that the government is yet to decide upon opening banquet halls and hotels, due to rising corona
cases in Delhi. There might be a provision made to take over and convert hotels and banquets into COVID
care facilities.
Meanwhile, he said that Delhi’s borders will be opened for the inter state movement from Monday onward and also made an announcement stating that Delhi Government hospitals will only cater to the Delhiites till Corona subsides.
Although, there is an exception for those special private hospitals offering special treatments like, Oncology, Neuro surgery and others of such nature. Those hospitals will continue to be open to all, but other normal private hospitals in the capital will only cater to the people of Delhi.