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For the weekend of December 25-26, Delhi’s Sarojini Nagar Market will operate on an odd-even basis

For the weekend of December 25 and 26, shops and street vendors in Sarojini Nagar Market in the national capital will operate on an odd-even schedule.

Due to an increase in COVID-19 cases and the spread of the Omicron variant in India, the Delhi Government has announced that shops and street vendors in Sarojini Nagar Market in the national capital will operate on an odd-even basis for the weekend of December 25 and 26.

“The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) is satisfied that the NCT of Delhi is threatened by the spread of COVID-19, which has already been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization, and has considered it necessary to take effective measures to prevent its spread and issued various orders/instructions from time to time to all authorities concerned to take all required measures to appropriately deal with the aforementioned aforementioned aforementioned aforementioned aforementioned aforementioned aforementioned aforementioned aforementioned

“Increasing footfalls have been observed in Sarojini Nagar market in recent days; and thus, in light of the need to control the same in light of the rapid spike in daily eases and positivity, it was unanimously decided by all Market Trade Associations in the meeting held on December 24, 2021, to follow odd-even operations for the weekend of December 25 and 26,” according to the order.

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The Delhi High Court has taken notice of the overcrowding at Sarojini Nagar Market.

Earlier in the day, the Sarojini Nagar market, one of Delhi’s largest flea markets, had seen a massive rush with no COVID-appropriate behaviour. Several people were seen roaming the market without masks. The market was swarmed with shoppers at around 11:30 a.m., less than an hour after it opened.

For the weekend of December 25-26, Delhi's Sarojini Nagar
For the weekend of December 25-26, Delhi’s Sarojini Nagar

No customer, shopkeeper, or vendor was seen following basic social distancing rules, despite flagrant non-compliance with the government’s advisory. The matter was later taken up by the Delhi High Court.

Over 300 Omicron Cases have been reported in India, with 67 in Delhi.

According to the Union Health Ministry’s data updated at 8 a.m., 114 of the 358 cases of Omicron variant detected so far in 17 states and Union Territories have recovered or migrated. The omicron variant of coronavirus has 244 active cases in the country.

Maharashtra has the most cases of the Omicron variant with 88, followed by Delhi with 67, Telangana with 38, Tamil Nadu with 34, Karnataka with 31 and Gujarat with 31. (30). According to Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan, 1,51,368 cases of the Omicron variant have been detected in 108 countries, with 26 confirmed deaths.

For the weekend of December 25 and 26, shops and street vendors in Sarojini Nagar Market in the national capital will operate on an odd-even schedule.

Due to an increase in COVID-19 cases and the spread of the Omicron variant in India, the Delhi Government has announced that shops and street vendors in Sarojini Nagar Market in the national capital will operate on an odd-even basis for the weekend of December 25 and 26.

“The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) is satisfied that the NCT of Delhi is threatened by the spread of COVID-19, which has already been declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization, and has considered it necessary to take effective measures to prevent its spread and issued various orders/instructions from time to time to all authorities concerned to take all required measures to appropriately deal with the aforementioned aforementioned aforementioned aforementioned aforementioned aforementioned aforementioned aforementioned aforementioned

“Increasing footfalls have been observed in Sarojini Nagar market in recent days; and thus, in light of the need to control the same in light of the rapid spike in daily eases and positivity, it was unanimously decided by all Market Trade Associations in the meeting held on December 24, 2021, to follow odd-even operations for the weekend of December 25 and 26,” according to the order.

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The Delhi High Court has taken notice of the overcrowding at Sarojini Nagar Market.

Earlier in the day, the Sarojini Nagar market, one of Delhi’s largest flea markets, had seen a massive rush with no COVID-appropriate behaviour. Several people were seen roaming the market without masks. The market was swarmed with shoppers at around 11:30 a.m., less than an hour after it opened.

No customer, shopkeeper, or vendor was seen following basic social distancing rules, despite flagrant non-compliance with the government’s advisory. The matter was later taken up by the Delhi High Court.

Over 300 Omicron Cases have been reported in India, with 67 in Delhi.

According to the Union Health Ministry’s data updated at 8 a.m., 114 of the 358 cases of Omicron variant detected so far in 17 states and Union Territories have recovered or migrated. The omicron variant of coronavirus has 244 active cases in the country.

Maharashtra has the most cases of the Omicron variant with 88, followed by Delhi with 67, Telangana with 38, Tamil Nadu with 34, Karnataka with 31 and Gujarat with 31. (30). According to Health Secretary Rajesh Bhushan, 1,51,368 cases of the Omicron variant have been detected in 108 countries, with 26 confirmed deaths.

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