While the COVID-19 epidemic has brought a lot of relief to various restaurants in the national capital, the Delhi government said on Wednesday that they could now be open 24 hours a day.
While the COVID-19 epidemic has brought a lot of relief to various restaurants in the national capital, the Delhi government said on Wednesday that they could now be open 24 hours a day and did not require a tourist license. According to an official statement, citing the Delhi model of business ease, the government further said that it was also in the process of revoking police licenses for restaurants and the essential process of obtaining health business licenses from local bodies.
The decision was taken at a meeting chaired by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal (CM Arvind Kejriwal). The meeting was also attended by restaurant owners of the national capital. The government says these measures will increase demand in the industry, it will create employment opportunities. “At the request of restaurant owners to operate 24 hours a day, they are allowed to work 24 hours a day on the condition that they take full responsibility for the health and safety of their employees,” the statement said.
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According to the statement, the chief minister directed that the licenses issued to local companies in restaurants should be revoked within 10 days. Let us tell you that from October 15, cinema halls will also open in Delhi. Theaters will be able to seat up to 50 percent of their seating capacity. No cinema will be open in any content zone. The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has directed to open all weekly markets in Delhi with immediate effect. As per the order so far, it was allowed to set up two weekly markets in the municipal corporation zone.
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