All restrictions have been imposed in Delhi with weekend curfew.
New cases of corona in the national capital are increasing wildly. On Wednesday, more than 17 thousand people have been infected with Corona. Amidst the growing cases of Corona, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has today admitted that the fourth web of Corona is more dangerous.
Kejriwal made it clear that during the weekend curfew, there would be no ban on essential services. Travelers can travel by showing their tickets. Curfew passes will also be allotted. Only 30% of the audience attendance in the cinema hall will be approved. Eating will be prohibited from sitting in the restaurant, there will be home delivery of food. Apart from this, it has been decided to keep malls, spas and gyms in the capital closed till further orders.
Kejriwal said that cinema halls can be operated with 30 percent capacity. At the same time, weekend markets will be opened in the zone. Let us know that the weekend curfew will start from 10 pm on Friday night and it will remain in force till 6 am on Monday morning.
What will be open and where will the ban be
- Mall, Gym, Spa, Entertainment Park, Auditorium in Delhi closed till 30th April.
- Cinema, theater allowed to play with 30%.
- Weekend curfew from 10 pm Friday night to 5 am Monday.
- Exemption for emergency services, exemption for showing identity cards to doctors and nurses.
- Discount on showing tickets to and from airport, railway station, ISBT.
- Discount on showing identity card to media persons.
- Vaccine users have to get e-pass, permission to move.
Let me know that every day in Delhi, Corona is breaking its old record. In view of the fast growing cases of Corona, the Kejriwal government has imposed many restrictions besides the night curfew. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has denied the lockdown. However, he had said that a decision on the lockdown would be taken after seeing the condition of the patients in the hospitals. It is known that the speed of Corona in Delhi has become uncontrollable.
For the first time, more than 17 thousand new cases were registered in Delhi on Wednesday. On Wednesday, 17,282 new cases were reported in Delhi and 104 patients died during this period. This is the biggest record in a day so far. The number of active patients has crossed 50,000 for the first time in the country’s capital.