Weekend Curfew Delhi

Weekend curfew Delhi these things will open in the new system; But restrictions increased in Bihar

Corona: Weekend Curfew Delhi may end in Delhi, these things will open in the new system; But restrictions increased in Bihar

Weekend curfew Delhi these things will open in the new system; But restrictions increased in Bihar

Meanwhile, after 3,47,254 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported in India in a day, the number of infected in the country increased to 3,85,66,027. There are also 9,692 cases of ‘Omicron’ form of corona virus in the total cases of infection.

Weekend curfew Delhi

In the midst of the Corona virus crisis, security personnel deployed around Vijay Chowk and India Gate in the country’s capital New Delhi

can get rid of the Weekend curfew Delhi and the odd-even system implemented for shops. This is because, in this regard, Chief Minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convener Arvind Kejriwal has sent a proposal to the LG. Giving this information, news agency PTI said that the Delhi government has recommended weekend curfew, removal of odd-even system for shops and running private offices with 50 percent staff capacity. CM has sought approval from LG for this.

According to the arrangement, this Weekend curfew Delhi is from 10 pm every Friday to 5 am on Monday.

During the weekend curfew hours only those engaged in essential services and in emergency situations can step out. Also, only those with a government pass or valid identity card are also allowed to move. During this time all shops remain closed except essential items like groceries and medicines.

Actually, this recommendation has been made by the Delhi CM, whenreported in the capital a day earlier i.e. on Thursday corona virus 12,306 new cases ofwere. There was a decline of 10.72 per cent in these cases as compared to the last 24 hours. However, 43 deaths were also confirmed. This figure is the highest since June last year and 44 people died then. 

  • Weekend curfew will be lifted,will be
  • shopsable to open daily,will
  • private officesrun with 50% staff,will be
  • government officesin WFH mode for the time being,
  • night curfew will be

there, in view of increasing cases of corona in Bihar, old till February 6 Restrictions (earlier till January 21) will remain in force. This decision was taken in the meeting of disaster management in the capital Patna on Thursday. CM Nitish Kumar gave information about this by tweeting. Also appealed that the public should take special precautions and follow the government guidelines.

  • Night curfew (from 10 am to five in the morning),funeral
  • marriage, only 50 people are allowed in the
  • procession and band-baja in the procession, DJ will not play
  • , then three days before the concerned police station will
  • Shopsbe closed at eight o’clock in the night,
  • all educational institutions are currently closed

 meanwhile, 3,47,254 new cases of corona virus were reported in India in a day Weekend curfew Delhi.

After this, the number of infected in the country increased to 3,85,66,027. In the total cases of infection, there are also 9,692 cases of ‘Omicron’, the most recent form of this global epidemic. According to the data of the Union Health Ministry till 8 am on Friday (January 21, 2022), the number of patients under treatment for Kovid-19 in India has increased to 20,18,825, which is 5.23 percent of the total cases. This is the highest number of patients under treatment in the country in 235 days.

According to the ministry, an increase of 94,774 was registered in the number of patients under treatment for Kovid-19 in the last 24 hours.

At the same time, after the death of 703 more people due to infection, the death toll increased to 4,88,396. The national recovery rate of patients in the country has come down to 93.50 percent. There has been an increase of 4.36 percent in the cases of ‘Omicron’ nature in the country since Thursday.

 

 

 

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