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After 17 May, markets and shopping malls can open in Delhi on the condition of odd-even.

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Now the third phase of lockdown is also coming to an end. PM Modi said in his speech that Lockdown-4 will be a new form. That is, a lot of relaxation can be given in it. A large number of new cases of Corona are still coming up in Delhi. In such a situation, the question is how much will people get in the capital. Kejriwal government of Delhi is considering opening markets, shops, and malls on the condition of odd-even. In such a day, half the shops will be opened and the other day half of the shops can be opened.

According to sources, the Delhi government has suggested to the central government that markets and malls be opened on the condition of odd-even. Chief Minister Kejriwal also said in his press conference that the public has made such suggestions. He had said, ‘Many people have advised starting a bus service and open Market, Mall in Aud-Even. Apart from this, people have asked to keep the barbershop closed. It was also said in the meeting of Chief Ministers with PM Modi that by May 15, all the states should inform their suggestions and strategies so that the framework of Lockdown-4 can be decided.

Kejriwal asked for suggestions from the public
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal sought suggestions from the people of Delhi via phone, WhatsApp, and email. He said that about 5 lakh people have sent their suggestions. He said that about 10,000 people have given suggestions in detail through email.

It was gritty when the liquor store was opened
A large number of people had appeared at the shops after being allowed to open liquor shops in Delhi. People did not even take care of social distancing and broke down to buy liquor. In such a situation, the Kejriwal government was also embarrassed. After this, both BJP and Congress were targeted. Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan was also critical of the Delhi government for opening liquor shops. He had said that the Delhi government was busy opening liquor shops at a time when the national capital is still in the Red Zone. He said that the government should review its decision in view of the huge crowd outside the shops.

772 cases in a single day in Delhi
In the national capital, the virus cases in the city rose to 8,470 on Thursday after the Coronavirus reported the highest number of 472 cases a day. At the same time, the number of people who lost their lives to the virus has increased to 115. Earlier on May 7, the maximum number of 448 cases were reported. As of Wednesday, there were 7,998 cases of Covid-19 in Delhi and 106 people lost their lives. The Health Department of Delhi said in a bulletin issued on Thursday that 472 new cases of coronavirus were reported after the virus increased to 8,470 in the city.