Posted on 11 January 2022
All private workplaces in Delhi will be closed except those under exempted category in view of escalating COVID-19 instances, the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) announced in its amended rules on January 11. In light of the escalating coronavirus infection in the city, the DDMA, which formulates COVID-19 management policy for the national capital, has banned dine-in service at restaurants and shuttered bars. It was also decided to allow operation of only one weekly market each day per zone, as per Delhi’s Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal.
List of companies that are allowed to operate offline:
Private banks, offices of companies offering essential services, Insurance/mediclaim companies, offices of pharma businesses needed for control of manufacturing and distribution, Organizations or Intermediaries regulated by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), Non-banking financial organisations, Microfinance Institutions, offices of advocates if activities of courts, tribunals or commissions of enquiry are on and courier services.