https://twitter.com/mail_today SUNDAY NEW DELHI, Sunday, August 2, 2020 https://facebook.com/mailtoday www.mailtoday.in / www.mailonline.in Vol. 13 No. 260 | Pages 24 | ` 6.00 11 killed as crane falls at top govt shipyard in Vizag NOW U.S.PREZ TARGETS TIKTOK Trump says he will ban the Chinese app which India barred recently SEE PAGE 6 FORMER SP LEADER & MP AMAR SINGH DIES SEE PAGE 11 SEE PAGE 6 GH TO REOPEN? FIT ENOU CITY GYMS & YOGA HUBS SWEAT IT OUT Fitness centres eager to restart but pending bills, ensuring social distancing & risk of infection pose massive challenges By Chayyanika Nigam in New Delhi EVEN as gymnasiums and yoga centres in Delhi have begun working on reopening after the Centre included them in Unlock 3, they are facing a tough ‘treadmill test’. Coming to terms both structurally and functionally with the ‘new normal’, settling outstanding dues, getting staffers and clients back are proving to be quite a challenge for the National Capital Region’s 5,500 registered gyms and fitness centers. Over the 120 day-plus shutdown, the gym and fitness industry in Delhi-NCR has lost anything between `800 crore and `1,000 crore, say industry bodies. A small-scale gym, for instance, might Turn to Page 2 REPORTS ON PAGES 2-3 PANKAJ NANGIA C VID-19 PANDEMIC 57,118 FRESH CASES ACROSS INDIA TAKE TOTAL TO 16,95,988 764 MORE DIE, TOLL NOW 36,511 1,118 NEW CASES IN DELHI, TOTAL NOW 1,36,716 26 MORE DIE, TOLL RISES TO 3,989 NEW NORMAL: Wearing masks, Muslims offer Eid al-Adha prayers at the Jama Masjid in New Delhi on Saturday. is the case fatality rate now, lowest since lockdown was clamped in March, the Union Health Ministry claimed. 2.15% DELHI DY CM COMPLAINS TO SHAH Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia writes to Union Home Minister Amit Shah, seeking directions to L-G Anil Baijal to allow hotels and weekly markets to reopen. Baijal had rejected Delhi government's decision to restart these facilities. containment zones in Delhi, reduced from 715. From 3.5 lakh people being impacted, now movement of only one lakh people affected, minister Kailash Gahlot said. 496
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