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Lockdown 4.0: Shops reopen in Delhi markets on odd-even basis

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Lockdown 4.0: Shops reopen in Delhi markets on odd-even basis

Lockdown 4.0: Shops reopen in Delhi markets on odd-even basis

Several shops in Delhi reopened on May 20 after the central government rolled out new guidelines, with relaxations, under Lockdown 4.0.

CM Kejriwal announced odd-even rule for reopening shops in markets.

Consumers, shopkeepers were seen following COVID norms and other rules while shopping in the market area.

Circles were drawn outside shops to ensure social distancing.

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