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Schools and banks closed, WFH in workplaces; know restrictions from September 8-10

The Delhi authorities has issued an official notification relating to the restrictions in the nationwide capital from September 8 to 10 in view of the upcoming G20 summit.

In view of the upcoming G20 Summit in Delhi, the federal government has issued main restrictions in the nationwide capital for the dates September 8, 9 and 10 as a result of intensive safety measures put into place to cater to the world leaders and ministers from throughout the globe.

The authorities of Delhi has declared a public vacation from September 8-10, with a number of visitors restrictions imposed throughout the nationwide capital. During these restrictions, a number of vital institutions throughout the nation will likely be closed.

Banks, monetary establishments, and business companies in the New Delhi space will likely be closed from September 8 by way of September 10, as talked about in a notification issued by the Delhi authorities, since these dates have been declared as a public vacation.

This applies to all public, non-public, and authorities banks, colleges and different establishments throughout Delhi, all of which can stay closed in view of the G20 Summit in the nationwide capital. The operation of those institutions will resume from September 11.

Further, all of the retailers, business companies, and different such institutions contained in the nationwide capital are additionally set to be closed from September 8 to September 10 to take care of correct safety measures throughout the G20 Summit in Delhi.

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Nilesh Desai
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