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Delhi is all set to host the G20 Summit, with leaders from around the world expected to attend the two-day event on September 9 and September 10 at Pragati Maidan. The authorities have announced several restrictions ahead of the event, one of them being the halt in food and commercial delivery services from September 8 to 10. However, certain individuals are misinterpreting these restrictions as a complete lockdown, which is not the case.

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G-20 Summit Delhi

In preparation for the G-20 Summit, the government has decided to close down commercial deliveries and cloud kitchens in the NDMC area of Delhi for three days. This entails that food deliveries provided by companies such as Swiggy, Zomato, Blinkit, and Zepto will not be allowed during this period.

Furthermore, the controlled zone will not permit commercial deliveries by companies like Amazon, Flipkart, and Myntra. Special Commissioner of Police (Traffic), SS Yadav, made it clear in a recent press conference that cloud kitchens and food delivery services, as well as internet-based delivery companies such as Amazon and Flipkart, will be prohibited from operating within this zone.

No, Delhi is not undergoing a complete lockdown from September 8 to 10. The official Twitter account of the Delhi Police has reassured residents not to panic as there is no lockdown in effect in the capital.

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In related news, September 8, 9, and 10 have been designated as public holidays in Delhi. The government has additionally requested that owners of shops and other business and commercial establishments grant paid holidays to their employees and workers during this period due to the Summit.

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