Unlock News: Metro and bus will run with full capacity in Delhi, cinema halls also got permission; Schools opened in these states

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The guidelines for unlocking were issued by the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) on Sunday. In this order, permission has also been given to start cinema houses and multiplexes.


New Delhi. After the weakening of the second wave of Coronavirus infection in the country, restrictions are being relaxed in the states. Somewhere schools are being opened and somewhere colleges. Along with this, permission has been given to run metro and bus in the national capital Delhi with full capacity. The guidelines for unlocking were issued by the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) on Sunday. In this order, permission has also been given to start cinema houses and multiplexes. Let us tell you that during the second wave of coronavirus in the month of April and May in Delhi, there was an unprecedented increase in infection cases and deaths. However, there has been improvement in the last few weeks, after which the government is reopening the city in a phased manner.


What is the exemption is given in Delhi

The lifeline of the national capital Delhi MetroIt will be operational from Monday with 100% seat capacity? However, passengers will not be allowed to travel standing.

Theater multiplexes can also be opened with 50 percent seat capacity, while business exhibitions have also been allowed, but only casual visitors will be allowed to attend, general audience will not be allowed to enter them.

In the latest order, the maximum number of people attending the wedding ceremony and funeral has also been increased to 100 from Monday.

DDMA said that Delhi's spas will open, it will be mandatory for the employees working in them to undergo full vaccination (both doses of vaccine) or RT-PCR test every fortnight.

Where are schools or colleges opening?

Colleges in KarnatakaReopening from 26 July 2021. This decision has been taken by the state government. It has been decided to allow only vaccinated students and staff to come to the campus. At the same time, no decision has been taken yet on reopening schools across the state. Schools will reopen for classes 10 and 12

in Odisha from today. Schools will be open five days a week from Monday to Friday from 10 am to 1.30 pm. Classes will be conducted under the Corona Guidelines. It has been made mandatory for the students to come to school wearing a mask.

Punjab government further easing Covid restrictions ordered to open schools for classes 10th to 12th from 26th July. Schools are allowed to open for classes X to XII, but only those teachers and staff will be allowed to reach the school, who have been fully vaccinated. According to the government, children will come to schools only with the consent of their parents and the option of digital classes will remain. The government said that if the situation remains under control, then the rest of the classes will also be allowed to start from August 2.

School from today after a long wait in Madhya Pradesh going to open. The School Education Department has issued orders in this regard to all the schools of the state. Classes of class 11th and 12th will be held 2-2 days a week. With the opening of schools, online classes will also continue. According to the information received by the School Education Department, the class 12th class will be held on Monday-Thursday. Whereas, class 11th class will be held on Tuesday and Friday. Students will be present in schools with 50 percent capacity. The School Education Department has said in its order that the written consent of parents will be necessary for students to come to school.

Schools are also being opened in Gujarat from today. 9th, 10th, 11th schools are being started in the state from Monday. At present, only 50 percent of students are allowed to come. Along with this, online classes will continue. Parents will decide whether the child will go to school or not.

Schools are also opening in Nagaland from July 26. Higher secondary classes are being started here. However, it is necessary for school teachers and staff to take one dose of the vaccine. If the vaccine has not been applied, then a negative report will have to be given every 15 days.