The capital of the Asian giant will be able to reopen its markets and shopping centers on Monday, June 7. Even though India remains the country with the highest numbers of new cases and daily deaths in the world, it now records just 100,000 cases a day, up from 400,000 at the peak in early May.
The people of Delhi can hardly believe it. The capital of India will begin Monday, June 7 the start of its deconfinement, after having been paralyzed for long weeks and experienced the biggest nightmare of its existence, with Covid-19 patients dying in the street by the hundreds, fault access to the hospital and oxygen cylinders. “Markets and shopping centers will reopen between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. on the alternation system – one side of the street on even days, the other side on odd days – while metro services will resume with capacity. by 50% ”, announced theIndian Express Saturday 5 June.
The head of government of the Delhi region, Arvind Kejriwal, justified this decision by “the considerable improvement in the situation in the city, marked by the drop in cases of people infected with the coronavirus ”, and added:
The economy must be put back on track ”.
It was on April 6 that the night curfew was imposed in Delhi, and on April 20 that the authorities had to resolve to re-limit