Auditoriums, assembly halls in Delhi schools allowed to be used for training, meeting purposes: DDMA

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Auditoriums and assembly halls in Delhi schools will be allowed to be used for coaching and meeting functions however bodily instructing and studying will proceed to stay suspended, said a Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA).

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The order issued by DDMA on Saturday stated that the auditoriums and assembly halls in schools and academic establishments can be used for coaching and meeting functions with a 50 per cent seating capability restrict.

All schools, faculties, academic and training establishments will stay closed and on-line or distance studying will be permitted, stated the order. Other prohibited actions and companies embody cinema halls, multiplexes, spas, theatres, leisure parks, political, social, cultural festivals and such different gatherings.

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These have been banned with the imposition of lockdown in Delhi on April 19 due to surging COVID infections. Public transport, together with Delhi Metro, will proceed to function with a 50 per cent seating capability. DTC and cluster buses can even run with 50 per cent seating capability, the order said. Activities which are prohibited and restricted will stay so until 5 am on July 26, stated the order.

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