“DDMA instructs to extend curfew for anyone (excluding essential activities or services) in the territory of NCT in Delhi until June 7th at 5am,” the DDMA regulation reads.
The notification was released a day after Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced plans to gradually unlock Delhi, which has been strictly banned since April 19, to combat the second wave of Covid.
“The owner of manufacturing or production units or contractors or employees of construction activities are responsible for ensuring strict compliance with Covid-19 protection.”
The order also states that the transfer of workers or employees is only permitted if they are in possession of an electronic passport.
In order to keep an eye on the spread of the Covid infection, Covid sample tests are carried out regularly in every factory unit and on construction sites.
In the meantime, the DDMA has also instructed the district administrations and district police in the state capital to ensure that people wear masks and maintain social distance in all mandis, train stations, ISBT, slum areas, as well as in the grocery stores and medical shops.
It added that the Residents Welfare Associations (RWAs) market association will also be responsible for ensuring that all shopkeepers and local residents adhere to Covid-appropriate behavior.