Delhi weddings can have maximum 100 people at closed-space venues: Govt

Here is the list of sanctions imposed by Delhi government among the increasing cases of Covid-19.

The Delhi government on Saturday issued fresh orders in connection with the gatherings in closed places amid the recent controversy over Covid-19 cases in the national capital. Following this order, the government followed the restrictions imposed by the government on ceremonies and ceremonies at public places and religious sites during the upcoming festivals of Holi, Navratri and Shab-e-Barat. The government has also issued new restrictions on people arriving at airports, trains stations and bus terminals.

According to a bulletin released by the Health Department on Saturday, 1,558 new cases of coronovirus disease (Covid-19) have been reported in Delhi, the most in more than three months and 10 deaths in the last 24 hours. Capitol’s infection increased to 655,834 with 6,625 active cases and 638,212 recoveries and 10,997 deaths.

The government has organized gatherings at 200 and 100 open marriage venues in case of closed places. Also, only 50 people will be allowed to attend the funeral. According to an order issued by the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA), the ban will remain in place till 30 April.