The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has removed the restriction of allowing only 50 persons per wedding function in the national Capital. The Delhi government on Monday revised the guidelines related to the public gathering at social, religious or cultural events, weddings and funerals. According to the revised guidelines, not more than 200 people will be allowed if the events take place in closed halls. The Arvind Kejriwal-led Delhi government further stated that there will be no capping on the maximum limit if the events take place in open space.
“Delhi Government revises the capping on the maximum number of people gathering for social/religious/cultural events or weddings and funerals. Not more than 200 people allowed if it is a closed hall. No capping on the maximum limit, if it is an open space,” the Delhi Government said today. The use of masks, social distancing, thermal scanning and facilitation of sanitisers in the wedding halls had been deemed mandatory by the state government. All Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) as given by the Central Government have to be strictly followed by guests.
The order implied that if someone is planning a bigger wedding or any event with more than 200 persons. Then choosing an open space would be a better option since there is no specific cap on the number of persons mentioned in the document. Therefore, wearing of face masks, maintaining social distancing, provision for thermal scanning and use of hand wash or sanitiser will be mandatory.
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