With regard to the opening of hotels in the national capital, he said that the hotels would be opened as per the Standard Operating Procedures issued by the centre. The health minister further said that weekly markets would resume function keeping social distancing.
Jain further informed that banquet halls have been delinked with hospitals saying that "it is not required anymore" adding that close to 10,000 COVID-19 beds are empty across the national capital.
"Banquet halls have also been delinked with hospitals as we don't need extra beds now. We have around 10,000 empty COVID-19 beds in hospitals," he added.
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