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Unlock 4: Allow gym and yoga center to resume operations in Delhi

New Delhi: The Delhi government has allowed gyms to resume operations from Monday (September 14, 2020), and yoga institutions have also been allowed to reopen from Monday. At the same time, the weekly market was allowed to reopen until September 30.

The government led by Arvind Kejriwal issued a formal order on Sunday. According to official orders, the gym and yoga studio have been allowed to open immediately.

Generally, every gym and yoga studio must comply with standard operating procedures issued by the central government.

Earlier, as part of Unlock 4 launched on Tuesday, most states further relaxed restrictions on the movement of people caused by the coronavirus and the operation of commercial establishments such as bars and hotels, while major temples such as Madurai Meenakshi and Konark were also reopened. With mandatory COVID-19 prevention measures.

Many states have introduced a set of rules related to the relaxation allowed outside the containment area, although they basically follow the guidelines issued by the center on August 29 on prohibiting schools, colleges, movie theaters, etc., until September 30.

With the reclassification of business, social, religious and other activities, the country’s unlocking process has begun on June 1. Unlock 4 will take effect from September 1st and will last until September 30th.

Meanwhile, India on Sunday reported 94,372 new cases in the past 24 hours, for a total of 47,54,357 cases. Statistics from the Ministry of Health show that in the past 24 hours, the death toll has soared to 78,586, and the death toll was 1,114. The total cases include 9,73,175 live cases and 37,02,596 cured/discharged/migrated cases.


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