A few months ago, the Delhi government put a freeze on sales of certain products in the city.
This meant that people were required to get flu vaccine at the pharmacy and only use it in the designated areas.
The Delhi government was aware of the potential negative impact that this could have on sales in the state, but it was not keen to restrict sales.
This is not the first time Delhi has banned certain products.
As of March 1, the government had banned all products sold at a number of restaurants, grocery shops, bakeries, bars, markets, malls, hotels, cinemas and other public places.
While these bans are meant to protect consumers from possible influenza-related illness, they also make it difficult for them to purchase essential medicines such as antibiotics.
One of the main reasons behind the bans is the fact that some of these products contain the highly toxic ampicillin.
This drug has been shown to cause severe side effects, including kidney failure and even death.
Since there are no flu vaccine manufacturers in the country, it is difficult for manufacturers to find qualified people to produce the vaccines.
The only companies that are able to produce flu vaccine in India are the ones that are based in the US, UK, Australia and Japan.
India is not alone in banning certain products from the country.
Most countries in the world also have bans on certain foods, which are then used in their local markets, like burgers and other popular foods.
India’s government also banned certain imports of certain vegetables and dairy products from foreign countries.
This includes butter, yoghurt, cheese and even some meat products.