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Markets and shopping centers reopen from tomorrow in the Indian capital, New Delhi

New Delhi, India's prime minister, Arvind Kejriwal, announced on Sunday that markets and malls will be allowed to partially reopen from tomorrow across the capital.

And Kejriwal said - according to the Indian newspaper (Times of India) on its website - that the Delhi metro lines will also resume services by 50%, given the decrease in cases of infection in major cities after weeks of imposing precautionary restrictions to prevent the spread of the "Corona" virus.

Earlier reports said the government of Maharashtra, which includes the business hub Mumbai, unveiled a five-phase plan to ease restrictions based on infection data and hospitality capacity.

And Kejriwal had announced in a tweet on Twitter last week that the Indian capital would extend “Corona” restrictions for a week to control a new wave of “Covid-19” infections, as the closure was initially imposed since last April 19, and the significant increase in The injuries put severe pressure on hospitals, which are working overtime to deal with patients and the increasing number of deaths, and hospitals in the state also faced a shortage of oxygen supplies required to treat patients, which exacerbated the crisis.