Delhi govt allows reopening of religious places from today

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The DDMA said its order is in force till the midnight of October 15 or until further notice, whichever is earlier. Religious places in Delhi have been closed for the last five months since April due to the second wave of COVID-19.

New Delhi: The Delhi government on Friday allowed religious places to be opened for visitors and devotees with effect from October 1, subject to strict compliance of the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) issued by the Health Ministry and following COVID appropriate behavior, the Delhi Disaster Management Authority said. (DDMA) informed. .

The DDMA said that its order is in force till the midnight of October 15 or till further notice, whichever is earlier. Religious places in Delhi have been closed for the last five months since April due to the second wave of COVID-19.

Though the DDMA has allowed the reopening of religious places in Delhi, large gatherings are not allowed.

The DDMA directed the District Magistrates, Deputy Commissioners of Police (DCPs) and all other concerned officers to ensure that COVID-19 proper behavior is followed at all religious places.

(ANI)

First published:October 1, 2021, 12:19 pm

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