Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has announced a weekend curfew on Thursday to curb the rising cases of coronavirus infection in the capital. Under this, the weekend curfew will start from 10 pm on Friday and will end at 6 am on Monday. A lot of restrictions will remain in force during the weekend curfew. The weekend curfew has been announced following a crucial meeting between Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal. Tell us here how long will this weekend curfew last? Arvind Kejriwal did not report this. It is believed that the weekend curfew will remain in force till the corona cases stop in Delhi.
Learn the big things about weekend curfew
- Curfew is being imposed over the weekend, which will take effect on weekends.
- Cinema halls will open with a capacity of 30 percent.
- Necessary services will not be disrupted during the weekend curfew in Delhi.
- Essential services will be free, e-passes will be given for weddings
- Gyms, spas, and auditoriums will remain closed.
- The weekly market will take the same in one zone every day.
- You will no longer be able to sit in the restaurant and eat. You will be able to pack and take it home
They will get relief
- Drivers coming from other states along with trains and air passengers are exempted during the weekend curfew. You will be able to travel by showing tickets.
- Private doctor nurse paramedical staff will also be exempted from showing ID cards
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- Those vaccinated at night will be exempted.
- Buses, metros, and autos will be allowed to be taken within the stipulated time to ferry those who are exempted during curfew.
- Shopkeepers involved in rations, groceries, fruit vegetables, milk, medicines will be allowed movement through e-pass
- Gyms, spas, and auditoriums to remain closed
Congestion is one of the major and main causes of the spread of coronavirus infection. In view of this, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has announced the closure of gyms, spas, and auditoriums.
Passes to be issued for the marriage
Arvind Kejriwal said the wedding season is underway. There will be no disruption in the wedding ceremony. Passes for the wedding will be issued over the weekend.
Sand’s hospital will not insist
Talking to reporters after a meeting with LG Anil Baijal, Arvind Kejriwal said that the situation in Delhi is under control and there is no shortage of beds at present. More than 5000 beds are vacant in Delhi. He also said that it is an attempt to ensure that every sick person gets beds in Delhi at all costs. He also said that the insistence of a hospital of choice will not work. Where there are empty beds, the patient has to go.
Delhi is also under night curfew till 30th April, under which normal business and business activities are prohibited from 10 pm to 5 am.
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