Delhi government on January 11 announced that restaurants and bars will have no dine-in services in the national capital due to rise in Covid-19 cases.
The dine-in services will be closed but restaurants can remain open for online food deliveries.
Delhi Disaster Management Authority also ordered that all private offices will be closed except for those who have been exempted due to operations in essential services. All private offices should follow work from home protocols.
The decisions have been made after review meeting on current situation in the capital chaired by Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal and attended by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.
Delhi has seen a huge spike in COVID-19 cases in the past few days. On January 10, Delhi logged 17 more deaths due to the COVID-19 and around 19,166 new cases, with one in every four persons undergoing testing turning positive. The capital currently has 65,803 active cases of which 44,028 are in home isolation. The current positivity rate stands at 25 percent.
No dine-in services and work from home for private offices will start from today, January 11 2022.