Delhi Unlock 2.0: No visitors allowed inside religious places
The national capital was first put under a complete lockdown on April 19, which was further extended due to the COVID-19 situation. However, with a decline in the number of coronavirus cases, the restrictions were relaxed starting May 30.
Amid a drop in the number of COVID-19 cases in the national capital, the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has released a new set of guidelines announcing several relaxations which has come into effect from Monday (July 26, 2021).
Delhi, which was put under a complete lockdown on April 19, has now started to gradually reopen in a phased manner.
The step has been taken in view of the significant drop in COVID-19 cases in the national capital, which, on Saturday, recorded 66 new infections and two deaths. Delhi currently has 579 active coronavirus cases.
Below are the activities that are permitted or are still prohibited.