Delhi Lockdown – Get full details on how public transport will function during the curfew period
Amid the rising number of cases in the National Capital, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today announced a 6-day lockdown which will start from 10 pm on Monday (19 April 2021) and will end at 5 am on 26 April. The announcement was made after CM Kejriwal met Lieutenant Governor (L-G) Anil Baijal
Amid the rising number of cases in the National Capital, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today announced a 6-day lockdown which will start from 10 pm on Monday (19 April 2021) and will end at 5 am on 26 April. The announcement was made after CM Kejriwal met Lieutenant Governor (L-G) Anil Baijal.
The Government has come out with list of guidelines. Among other things the government has given guidelines on the movements of people including government officials, judicial staff, medical practitioners, pregnant women, Covid-19 infected patients and people from the media.
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The government has also given guidelines on how the public transport including metro, buses, autos, e-rickshaws, cabs, taxis and other will function. You must check this and plan in case you are moving out because of any reason.
- Delhi Metro will operate with a 50 per cent capacity
- Public buses up to 50 per cent capacity
- Autos and e-rickshaws up to 2 passengers at a time
- Taxis, cabs, Gramin sewa and phat-phat sewa up to 2 passengers
- Maxi cab up to 5 passengers
- RTV up to 11 passengers
Under the Delhi Government’s guidelines, there will be no restriction on the movement of essential services and inter and intra state movement. No separate e-passes will be required for their movement.
Delhi registered 25,462 new cases and 161 deaths in the last 24 hours, according to the health bulletin issued on Sunday. The daily positivity rate was 29.74 per cent, while the active cases in the city stand at 74,941, of which 34,938 are in home isolation, the IANS reported.
Meanwhile, India has reported 2,73,810 fresh Covid cases in the last 24 hours, the highest single-day spike ever, pushing the country's overall Covid tally to 1.5 crore, according to the Health Ministry data released on Monday.
As per IANS, This is the fifth consecutive day that the country has registered over two lakh Covid cases taking the total tally to 1,50,61,919 cases.
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