Delhi enters the sixth phase of Covid lockdown tomorrow with the stadiums and sports complexes reopening, although they still won’t allow spectators. Cinema halls, multiplexes and and swimming pools, however, will remain shut.
Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal’s government today has issued orders allowing the sport facilities to function normally. Earlier, stadiums and sports complexes were opened up for those, training for national and international competitions or to hold such events.
Now, the government has opened them up on a regular basis, but without spectators.
There will be strict adherence to standard operating procedure and other guidelines of the government, and compliance of Covid-appropriate behavior the Delhi Disaster Management Authority ( DDMA ) said.
Spas, schools and colleges, social, political, cultural, religious, and other such gatherings will remain prohibited, its order has stated, according to PTI report. Delhi Metro trains and public transport buses will remain continue to report with 50% seating capacity.
Last week, the DDMA allowed the opening of gyms and yoga institutes, allowing them to function at half their capacity, while wedding at banquet and halls and hotels were okayed at 50% attendance.