46 shops closed in Sarojini Nagar market for not following covid rules

  • | Friday | 13th August, 2021

On Wednesday, 37 cases of coronavirus infection were reported in Delhi and the infection rate was 0.06 percent.

Big news has come out from the national capital Delhi. Due to non-compliance with the COVID-19 guidelines, 46 shops in Delhi`s Sarojini Nagar Market have been ordered to be closed for two days.

It is alleged that the guidelines set in these shops to prevent the spread of corona virus were not being followed. Due to non-adherence to the guidelines set for the prevention of corona infection, action has been taken in many markets and shops in Delhi in the past.

Meanwhile, classes 1 to 8 will still be taught online. Apart from this, all coaching institutes will open from September 1. Coaching institutes have been allowed to open with 50% capacity. Also, it has been made mandatory to apply both doses of the vaccine.

Let us tell you that this is not the first case when Sarojini Nagar Market has been closed for violating the Corona Guidelines. Last month also it was reported that due to violation of COVID-19 rules, the export market of Sarojini Nagar has been closed till further orders.

In the order issued by SDM (Vasant Vihar) Ankur Prakash Meshram, it was said that in an inspection conducted by him in the market on Saturday, it was found that the COVID-19 rules are being grossly violated and social distancing is not being followed. Used to be. To prevent it from becoming a covid super spreader, the export market in Sarojini Nagar will remain closed from Sunday (July 18) till further orders.

No patient died of COVID-19 in Delhi for the second consecutive day on Thursday and 49 new cases of infection were reported. With this, the rate of infection was recorded at 0.07 percent.

This information came out in the data released by the Health Department. This is the eighth time since the second wave of the epidemic started that no patient died in a day. On Wednesday, 37 cases of coronavirus infection were reported in Delhi and the infection rate was 0.06 percent.

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