Street food vendors are back after Covid safety training, now hoping for business to return

Mohan Singh Varma is 42 years old. He sells biryani by day and momos by night near Delhi’s Preet Vihar Metro Station, but he now hands out his plates through partitions in the plastic sheets that ensconce his cart.

He has also kept a separate table nearby, from where customers can collect food, to ensure maximum social distancing. But he only gets about 25 customers in a day now anyway, as opposed to 70-80 before coronavirus struck and the lockdown was announced.

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