|Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday said that all religious places in the national capital are allowed to open from Monday|
Lockdown Unlock 1 Live Update in India, Unlock 1 Guidelines: Dharamshalas were opened across the country from today after being locked in lockdown for almost two months. Devotees visited temples, mosques, gurudwaras, and churches since morning. Since Unlock 1 is the first day of Phase 2 today and the corona infection continues, people are rarely left. But social disturbances and other guidelines were followed everywhere. However, ‘Prasad’ etc. will not be distributed in temples.
Shopping malls, hotels, and restaurants are going to reopen with religious sites from today, which will have a token-like system for entry under the new rules. The opening of all these sites may present new challenges amid increasing cases of coronavirus infection.
In fact, India is preparing to pull out the lockdown and the first round as ‘unlock-1’ as part of a three-phase plan to restore restricted activities in all non-regulated areas with standard operating procedures (SOPs) is. This is going to start when Kovid-19 cases increased by more than 9,000 for the fifth consecutive day in the country on Sunday and for the first time, the number of cases crossed the 10,000 level in a single day. The said SOP will be effective until 30 June.
According to the Health Ministry, the number of cases in the country continued for the fifth consecutive day on Sunday. While 9,971 new cases have been reported, the total number of infected people in the country has reached 2,46,628, while the death toll has increased to 6,929. In India, 287 people have died in the last 24 hours since Saturday morning.
According to the PTI table based on data from states, for the first time, the number of cases of infection has exceeded 10,000 in a day and 10,218 new patients have been reported. According to the Ministry of Health, there are still 1,20,406 people in the country infected with the coronavirus. The ministry said that a total of 1,19,292 people have been cured of the disease and one patient has gone abroad. A senior ministry official said, “About 48.37 percent of the patients have been cured so far.”