Delhi Unlock 3: Arvind Kejriwal Govt may open Gym, saloon, cinema halls from June 12, check other details here

New Delhi: The national capital is gearing up for the Unlock-3. Delhi is preparing for the unlocking process amid the lockdown ending on Monday, June 14. Earlier, Unlock-1 started on 31 May and Unlock 2 started on 7 June. According to the reports,  in a day or two in the meeting of the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) will make the decisions of the relief under Unlock-3.

In such a situation, the ruling Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi is expected to announce the exemption on Saturday (June 12). With this, the work of making a driving license can start. The decision to open hotels and weekly markets may be postponed. There has been a significant decline in the number of cases and deaths compared to May 2021. The Delhi government does not want to take any chances. So gradually unlocking is being done.


Where can you expect the relief?

–  Cinema halls may be allowed to open with 50% capacity

–  Gym and salon can also get approval to open

–  The work of making a driving license can start.

–  Increase in seating capacity/capacity of public transport

However, the decision to open weekly markets may be postponed.


What’s banned in Delhi?

– Weekly Markets

– Gym

– Restaurant

– Cinema Hall

– Salon

– Spa

– Bar

– Educational Institutions, Coaching Centers

– Park Garden

– Weddings in public places


What relaxations do you get in the current unlock?


Under Unlock 2 in Delhi, shops have been allowed to open on an odd-even basis. However, shopkeepers are continuously demanding to open all the shops.

Delhi markets and offices have opened under Unlock-2 on 7 June.

Delhi Metro is also running at 50% capacity.

Government offices are being opened


– Delhi Transport Corporation buses with 50% capacity

– Liquor shops (odd-even) with 50% capacity

– Government and private offices with 50% capacity

– Delhi Metro

– Essential Goods Store (All Days)

– Restaurant home delivery only

– Market and Market Complex (Odd-Even basis)

– Shopping Malls (Odd-Even)


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