Gurgaon shopping malls to reopen on July 1, Faridabad to resolve on Monday

Gurgaon shopping malls to reopen on July 1, Faridabad to resolve on Monday
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The Haryana authorities has allowed shopping malls in Gurgaon and Faridabad to reopen from July 1, more than two months after they had been shut to fight the novel coronavirus outbreak.
The Gurgaon district administration stated it might implement the state authorities‘s determination on reopening malls with sure restrictions, whereas the Faridabad authorities will take a final call on the matter in a meeting on Monday.
According to an order issued by the additional chief secretary of city local bodies division, the district administrations have been given permission to reopen malls in Gurgaon and Faridabad in the National Capital Region.
The Haryana authorities had earlier allowed malls to reopen from June 7 throughout the state, barring Gurgaon and Faridabad that accounted for overwhelming proportions of Covid-19 infections and fatalities.
According to a well being bulletin on Saturday, Gurgaon accounted for 5,070 of the overall 13,427 cases in the state, whereas Faridabad had 3,325. The Covid-19 demise toll in Gurgaon was 83 and in Faridabad 71, out of the state’s tally of 218.
When contacted, Gurgaon District Commissioner Amit Khatri stated the administration would implement the state authorities order on opening of malls.
District Commissioner of Faridabad Yashpal Yadav, however, a final decision on the matter will likely be taken by the district administration in its assembly on Monday.
The state authorities in its order has listed out varied restrictions to make sure social distancing in malls and has categorically stated solely fifty per cent of the overall sitting capability in eating places is allowed.
According to the Union Ministry of Health guidelines, cinema halls and children gaming zones in malls will stay shut.
Shopping malls had been closed in March when the authorities introduced a national lockdown to fight the novel coronavirus.

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