Delhi hotels and restaurants to serve liquor from Sep 9 on a trial basis

However, hotels, restaurants and clubs in the Covid-19 containment zones will remain closed

Current Affairs :Lodgings, eateries and clubs in Delhi were permitted to serve alcohol on a preliminary premise from September 9-30, however not more than 50 percent of their seating limit will be permitted so that Covid-19 removing standards are followed, authorities said Thursday. 

As these outlets get ready to serve liquour after over a five-month hole due to the Covid pandemic, an authority said just asymptomatic clients and staff will be permitted and wearing a cover will be required for section. 

Lt Governor Anil Baijal, who is likewise the Chairman of Delhi Disaster Management Authority, affirmed the Delhi government’s proposition to permit inns, clubs and cafés having extract permit to serve alcohol to their clients. 

An authority said that no standing client will be served alcohol and all foundations will likewise need to guarantee arrangement for sanitiser gadget and warm checking at the passage. 

Notwithstanding, inns, eateries and clubs in the Covid-19 regulation zones will stay shut. 

The authority said that they have been permitted to work from September 9 to September 30 on a preliminary premise and from there on, the DDMA will audit it. 

“Not more than 50 percent of the endorsed seating limit will be permitted inside these foundations with the goal that social separating standards are kept up,” the authority said. 

The DDMA gave standard working systems on Thursday for the working of bars in lodgings, eateries and clubs.

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