The night curfew order will be in effect until April 30. From 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., there will be a curfew.
The Delhi government has enforced a night curfew in the national capital as a result of the increasing number of Covid-19 incidents. The night curfew order will be in effect until April 30. From 10 p.m. to 5 a.m., there will be a curfew.
According to the Delhi health department, 3,548 new cases of coronavirus were registered on Monday, with 15 more people succumbing to the infection, raising the overall death toll to 11,096. In Delhi, the case positivity rate has risen to 5.54 percent as a result of a massive increase in cases in recent weeks.
Satyendar Jain, the Delhi Health Minister, said on Monday that the pandemic is in its fourth wave in the national capital and that the government is taking all necessary steps to stop it from spreading.
CM Kejriwal said on Friday that Delhi was in the fourth wave of COVID-19, but that a lockout was not being considered at the time.
Here's what you can do and what you can't:
- During the night curfew, there will be no limits on traffic movement.
- Inter-state and intra-state movement/transportation of critical and non-essential goods shall be unrestricted. For such movements, no separate permission or e-pass will be necessary.
- If an ID card is presented, private doctors and nurses will be excluded.
- Passengers traveling to airports and train stations would be exempted if they present a valid fare.
- Pregnant women and patients who are undergoing care are excluded.
- The night curfew in Delhi will be lifted from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. for essential services.
- Only those who are excluded from the night curfew will be able to travel by bus, subway, autos, taxis, and other forms of public transportation.