Approval to set up weekly market in Delhi, hotels also got approval to work

Lockdown Unlock 3.0 LIVE News Updates: Due to the increasing infection of coronaviruses, some state governments in the country have decided to continue the lockdown. It also includes Maharashtra and Tamilanadu. However, some states have extended concessions to Unlock 3.0. In this, the Arvind Kejriwal government of Delhi has taken an important decision. It has been approved to set up weekly markets in Delhi.

Apart from this, hotels, hospitality services have also been allowed to work. Street hawkers have also been approved to sell goods. The Delhi government has decided to lift the night curfew. Earlier, there was a night curfew in Delhi from 10 to 5 in the night. It has been approved to start normal functioning in hotels which are not connected to hospitals in Delhi.

Tamil Nadu has issued new guidelines regarding the lockdown. CM K. on Thursday Palaniswami said that the lockdown in the state has been extended till 31 August. Full lockdown will continue on every Sunday of the month and no discounts will be given during this time. The Madhya Pradesh government has issued orders to close all government and private schools in the state till 31 August.

At the same time, the Gujarat government has decided to end the night curfew from August 1. Also, shops have been approved to open at eight o'clock and restaurants by 10 o'clock. According to the state government's statement, it has been approved to open gyms and yoga centers from August 5. However, the state government has not allowed schools, coaching classes and theaters to open in August.

Apart from Tamil Nadu, the Maharashtra government has also issued new guidelines regarding the lockdown. The malls and market complexes in the municipal corporations of Mumbai metropolitan cities including Greater Mumbai, Pune, Solapur, Aurangabad, Malegaon, Nashik, Dhule, Jalgaon, Akola, Amravati and Nagpur will be operational from August 5 from 9 am to 7 pm. During this time theaters, food courts and restaurants will not be allowed to open.

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