Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal announced new restrictions and night curfew because of the sudden increase in Covid cases and Omicron varients.
Night curfew details of New Delhi
From 10 pm night to 5 am whole Delhi will be closed, basically, a night curfew is happening
The main reason behind doing night curfew is to stop New Year parties.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today declared the execution of Level – I (Yellow Alert) under the Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP).
Under new limitations presented night check-in time currently will be from 10 pm to 5 am in the public capital. GRAP is being presented as the Coronavirus energy rate went above 0.5% for the beyond a couple of days.
Following measures would be attempted with prompt impact to contain the spread of Covid-19 in the public capital.
What’s Open Under GRAP Level – I (Yellow Alert)
- Delhi Metro at half limit.
- Cafés and bars to work at the half limit
What’s Closed Under GRAP Level – I (Yellow Alert)
- Film corridors
- Rec centers
- Dinner lobbies
- Assembly rooms
- Sports edifices
Recently Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal led an audit meeting in regards to the circumstance of Covid-19 in the public capital.
Later the gathering Kejriwal said, “Crown cases are expanding for a couple of days, yet the manifestations are gentle in the patients, there is no compelling reason to freeze, GRAP was made a couple of days prior so it very well may be known logically that assuming there is this degree of the crown then the things will be shut.
It was written in it that assuming the disease rate is more than 0.5 percent, then, at that point, the yellow level will be appropriate.”
Four alarms are still up in the air as a preventative measure taking into account a potential third flood of the Covid-19. These cautions are yellow ready, golden ready, orange ready, and high alert.
Considering the current circumstance of Covid-19 in Delhi, a yellow alarm has been declared.
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