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Weekend curfew imposed in Delhi

Sat 08 Jan 2022, 10:17:41
New Delhi: A weekend curfew will be in force in Delhi from 10 PM on Friday to 5 AM on Monday amid the spike in Covid-19 cases. During the weekend curfew, there will be restrictions on movement of individuals. However, people who come under the exempted categories will be allowed to move.

The officials, who are involved in essential and emergency services will be allowed on production of valid Identity cards. All private medical personnel like Doctors, nursing staff, paramedical staff will be allowed to move on production of Identity cards. Pregnant women and patients can move on production of Doctor’s prescriptions and medical papers. 

Persons coming from or going to Airports, Railway stations and Bus Terminals allowed to travel on the production of valid tickets. Persons and students shall be allowed to appear in examination on production of valid Admit cards.

In view of the weekend curfew in the National Capital on 8th and 9th January, the Delhi Metro train services will be available at a frequency of 15 minutes on the Yellow Line and Blue Line.  However, on all other lines, metro trains will be available at a frequency of 20 minutes during the weekend curfew. For the rest of the weekdays – from Monday to Friday, Metro services will continue to remain available as usual.

As per the Delhi Disaster Management Authority order’s metro trains and buses can run with 100 per cent of seating capacity. However, standing passengers will not be allowed. There will be no restriction on inter-state and intra-state movement and transportation of essential and non-essential goods. No separate permission and e-pass will be required for such movements



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