New Delhi | Jagran News Desk: With the continuous decline in Delhi's COVID-19 caseload, the city government is likely to announce more relaxations under the third phase of the unlock process which started earlier this month with the resumption of construction activities sand factories. The Delhi government had imposed the lockdown in April in wake of the outbreak of the second wave of COVID-19.   

Earlier last week on June 7, the Delhi government further relaxed the lockdown curbs and allowed several other activities including markets on an odd-even basis, metro services, offices with limited capacity among others.

Now as the weekend started, speculations regarding the activities likely to be opened in the third phase of the Unlock process started making rounds. However, no official word regarding what activities will be allowed have been made by the authorities.

Meanwhile, a report by Dainik Jagran has stated that the resumption of hotels, gyms, and weekly markets is likely to be postponed. Also, wedding ceremonies in public places will also remain prohibited under the Delhi Unlock 3.0.

Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal will hold a meeting with the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) on Saturday after which it is expected that he will make an announcement regarding the relaxations in COVID-19 lockdown curbs in Delhi.

What is currently closed in Delhi?

Weekly shops


Restaurants for dining

Cinema Halls




Educational Institutions, Coaching Centers



Weddings in public places

What's open in Delhi currently?

Delhi Transport Corporation buses with 50 per cent capacity

Liquor Shops (Odd-Even basis)

Government and private offices with 50 per cent capacity

Delhi Metro with 50 per cent capacity

Essential Goods shops (All Days)

Restaurants only for takeaways

Market and Market Complex (Odd-Even basis)

Malls (Odd-Even)

Posted By: Talibuddin Khan