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Delhi govt asks all private offices to operate remotely amid rising Covid cases

An order issued by DDMA also directed for closing of restaurants and bars in the city. However, restaurants have been allowed home delivery and take away food items.

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New Delhi: The Delhi government on Tuesday directed closure of all private offices, except those in exempted categories, amid rising number of COVID-19 cases.  The private offices, which were till now operating with 50 per cent work force, have been asked to follow the practice of work from home.

An order issued by Delhi Disaster Management Authority also directed for closing of restaurants and bars in the city. However, restaurants have been allowed home delivery and take away food items.

Government offices in the city are also currently working with 50 percent attendance.

This report is auto-generated from PTI news service. ThePrint holds no responsibility for its content.


Also read: Delhi’s new Covid restrictions: Schools & gyms shut, malls & markets to run at 50% capacity


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