Manish says that due to the Corona epidemic and the restrictions imposed by the Delhi government, there has been no significant impact on his business.
Coronavirus in India like the rest of the world (Coronavirus) The havoc continues. On Thursday, 2,64,202 new cases of corona virus were reported across the country and 315 people died. The number of patients recovering is very less compared to the new cases coming out daily, so the number of active cases is also increasing rapidly. Total active cases in India after Thursday’s figures (Corona Active Cases) The number has gone up to 12,72,073. In view of the increasing cases of corona, restrictions are being imposed in all the states of the country according to the need. country’s capital Delhi (Delhi) The speed of Corona is increasing day by day. On Friday, 24,383 new cases were registered in Delhi. With this, the positivity rate in Delhi has gone up to 30.64 percent.
Restrictions imposed in view of the speed of Corona in Delhi
In view of the current situation arising out of Kovid-19 in Delhi, the government has imposed many restrictions. The Delhi government has imposed night curfew from 10 pm to 5 am from Monday to Friday, while total curfew has been imposed on Saturday and Sunday. Due to the corona virus epidemic and the restrictions imposed by the government, almost all types of business in the capital Delhi have become very sluggish.
There was no significant impact on the business of FMCG products
However, in the midst of the Corona epidemic and government restrictions, there are some businesses which have not had any significant effect. Such businesses also include the business of FMCG products. FMCG products include those things which are used extensively in our everyday life like toothpaste, soap, detergent, oil, powder, cream etc. These are the products without which your day cannot even begin.
Manish’s business is going well
Manish Jaiswal, who runs an FMCG products shop in Harkesh Nagar, Delhi, says that due to the Corona epidemic and the restrictions imposed by the Delhi government, there has been no significant impact on his business. Manish said that there has been only a slight decline in his business. But behind this slight decline, Manish has blamed online shopping. He said that due to Corona, some people are thinking better to order goods online instead of buying goods from the shop. All in all, Manish said that his business is still doing well. Corona and government restrictions are not having any significant effect on their business.