Delhi Coronavirus: Delhi Nurses Federation has demanded that quarantine leave facility be given back. The nursing staff of Rajiv Gandhi Super Specialty Hospital has raised their voice against the decision of the hospital administration to abolish the quarantine leave. The General Secretary of Delhi Nursing Federation has written a letter in this regard to the Medical Director of the hospital. Meanwhile, in view of the increasing infection of Corona in Delhi, the Janata Market of Nangloi and the Punjabi Basti Market have been sealed. These markets have been sealed till November 30 for non-compliance of social distancing.
The Federation has termed the decision not to give quarantine leave as illegal and against the Corona-Protocol. The Nurses Federation has decided to protest by tying a black ribbon all day on November 23, if quarantine leave is not given. A non-cooperation movement has been announced between 10 am and 12 am on 25 November. Despite this, on 27 November, nurses will take collective casual leave if the demand is not met.
Apart from this, there is also a demand to replace the nursing staff engaged in corona duty from July 2020 with a new batch.
The Janta Market of Nangloi has been sealed in view of the increasing infection of Corona in Delhi. This market has been sealed till November 30 for non-adherence to social distancing. The district administration along with the Municipal Corporation closed this market.
The administration says that the market was very crowded on Sunday. Social distancing was not being followed. According to the West District Administration, in Punjabi Basti Market and Janta Market Nangloi, the instructions issued by the shopkeeper / buyer on behalf of the Delhi government, such as wearing masks, following physical distance, etc. were being violated. Therefore, under the Disaster Management Act, Punjabi Basti Market and Janta Market, Nangloi have been ordered to be closed by 30 November.