The Delhi Public School (DPS) Bengaluru has clarified to all parents that the school management has not issued any face masks to students in the wake of COVID-19. The clarification came after photos of masks printed with the school name and logo became viral on social media. Accompanied with the image was the allegation that the school was charging Rs 400 per mask.
A Delhi government panel has suggested that the health infrastructure of the city should be used only for treating residents of the national capital in view of the COVID-19 crisis, sources said on Saturday. The panel, headed by Dr Mahesh Verma, has submitted its report to the government in which it has said that if Delhi health infrastructure is open for non-residents, all
Delhi HC hearing a PIL seeking directions for registration of Construction Workers in the ‘Delhi Building & Other Construction Welfare Board’ so that construction laborers and workers may avail the benefits of the scheme during this lockdown period due to the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic.
The Bar Council of Delhi has filed a petition in the Delhi High Court seeking for directions to the Delhi Government to grant medical and term insurance policies to advocates registered under 'Chief Minister Advocates welfare scheme'.
Funeral pyres have been drafted in to burn the bodies of coronavirus victims in Delhi as crematorium furnaces struggle to keep up with the mounting death toll. Smoke from the open-air blazes stings the eyes of waiting mourners and workers at Nigambodh Ghat, Delhi's biggest and oldest crematorium.
Delhi Border Likely to Open: From June 1, the Delhi government decided to seal off the city for a week in the view of the increasing number of COVID-19 cases. It also asked Delhiites their opinion on whether the health services of Delhi hospitals be restricted to the treatment of only Delhi people.