Upendra said that usually the number of customers is more on Sundays, but due to the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government, the business of Sunday has completely stopped.
Upendra Sharma’s shop located in Harkesh Nagar, Delhi
coronavirus in the country (Coronavirus) The third wave is slowly gaining momentum. On Wednesday, about 2.50 lakh new cases of corona virus were reported across the country. Along with this, new Omicron variants of Corona have been launched across the country. (Omicron Variant) The cases are increasing rapidly. In view of the increasing cases of corona, many restrictions have been imposed in different states of the country. The capital of the country, Delhi, is badly battling the third wave of the epidemic. In Delhi, new cases of corona have broken the records of the second wave as well. On Thursday, 28867 new cases have been registered in Delhi. In view of the current situation of Corona in Delhi, people’s business (Business) But it is also having a bad effect. Upendra, who runs a salon in Delhi, told that his work is being badly affected due to the epidemic.
Upendra’s salon work is less than half done
Upendra Sharma, a resident of Nawada district of Bihar, runs his own salon in Harkesh Nagar, Delhi. Upendra told that in normal times, he used to do an average of 2200 to 2500 rupees daily. On Sundays, he used to do work up to Rs 3000. But, due to the increasing cases of corona in Delhi and the restrictions imposed by the Delhi government, his work is being badly affected. Upendra said that due to Corona and government restrictions, now hardly 1000-1200 rupees are being done in a day.
increased problem due to weekend curfew
Upendra said that usually the number of customers is more on Sundays, but due to the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government, the business of Sunday has completely stopped. This simply means that the work of 3000 rupees on Sunday has completely stopped. But, the problem of thousands of salon operators in Delhi like Upendra is not only this but much more. Actually, most of the salons running in Delhi are on rent. But due to the stagnation of work due to Corona and restrictions, it is becoming difficult to run the household and pay the rent of the shop.
Explain that due to government restrictions in Delhi, salons can remain open only from 10 am to 8 pm. Apart from this, due to the weekend curfew, all the salons in Delhi remain closed on Saturdays and Sundays.