Delhi’s Gaffar and Naiwala Market of Karol bagh will continue to remain closed from 10pm today till 10pm of 11 July for defying the coronavirus norms.Shop owners in Delhi have been failed to ensure social distancing which led the administration to force them to shut down to their respective market places. T
he capital of India, New Delhi is often said to be “Dilwaalon ki Dilli”, where people have soothe hearts and cheerful nature It is the second-wealthiest city in India and is said to be the heart of nation. People here mostly shop at crowded wholesale vegetable markets, which led to gathering of crowd amid during COVID-19.
A Total of 77,979 tests, including 52,879 RT-PCR tests and 25,100 rapid antigen tests, were conducted a day ago and the national capital of India recorded 93 new Covid-19 cases and three deaths on Thursday 08th July 2021. The number of cumulative cases on Thursday stood at 14,34,873. On Tuesday, Delhi had reported 79 cases and four deaths and on Wednesday, 93 cases and four deaths were recorded. Over 14 lakh patients have recovered from the virus.
With the close gathering of shoppers in markets and restaurants resuming business amid in this coronavirus scare in the national capital, the doctors have alerted that Delhi could face a worse than second wave situation of COVID-19. If the people do not adhere to safety norms or lower their guards, the country could face a worse situation here.
In the last seven days, the district administrations charged temporary suspension on markets in the areas like Laxmi Nagar, a section in Gandhi Nagar, a pocket in Sadar Bazar, Nangloi, Punjabi Basti and the central market in Lajpat Nagar, for alleged violation of Covid-19 regulations such as social distancing and mask wearing in Delhi. Despite fall in daily cases in the last several days, Kejriwal had recently cautioned that the chances of the third wave of the COVID-19 pandemic were quite positive, while he asserted that his government was preparing on a ‘war-footing’ to battle it. On Tuesday, Delhi had reported 79 cases and four deaths.