Delhi news: The centre, set up at Navyug School, Mandir Marg, has been organised by the Delhi government for those who need to travel internationally before August 31. It will administer the second dose of the Covishield vaccine
While appreciating unified efforts of the Delhi government to provide a vaccination centre at the premier hospital, nurses union's president Harish Kumar Kajla and general secretary Fameer CK, in a letter to Kejriwal, said that most of the AIIMS healthcare workers have got both the jabs of Covaxin.
Priyank Sukhija, CEO of First Fiddle that runs brands such as Lord of the Drinks, Tamasha and Warehouse Café, said he might consider opening his outlets from Friday. “Maybe by next Monday, we might get some more relief. We can stay open till eight pm. Which means we can take the last order till about 6:30 or 7 pm. I dont understand why alcohol is not allowed. It will take us about 4-5 days to reopen,” he added.
Delhi news: Those in the industry said they are apprehensive of how no liquor, staggered timings, and opening on a trial basis will impact footfall. Restaurants will only be operational from 10 am to 8 pm, as per the DDMA's unlock order.
Moody's Investors Service has downgraded Delhi International Airport Ltd's (DIAL's) corporate family rating and senior secured ratings to B1 from Ba3. It has also downgraded DIAL's baseline credit assessment to b1 from ba3.