Big decision of Delhi government amid weekend curfew, exemption will be given on Sunday

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Delhi Weekend Curfew: Weekend curfew has started from 10 pm on Friday night amid increasing cases of corona virus in Delhi. This curfew will remain in force till 5 am on Monday. But in the meantime, DDMA (Delhi Disaster Management) has issued a separate order saying that tomorrow i.e. on Sunday, January 9, due to the light of east in Delhi, the curfew will be relaxed in the weekend, for those who have to go to the Gurudwara. Actually, Sunday is the birth anniversary of the 10th Guru of the Sikhs, Guru Gobind Singh, keeping this in mind, this exemption has been given to the devotees.

Earlier religious places could open as per the order of DDMA but devotees were not allowed to go there, but now on the occasion of Prakash Parv on Sunday 9 January, devotees will be able to visit the gurudwara but during this time all devotees have to follow the rules of Corona. Will happen. Now also know that apart from this, who will get exemption in weekend curfew.

Who will get the discount-

Judges, judicial officers, court staff and lawyers will also be allowed to travel on production of valid ID proof, service ID, photo entry pass and permission letter issued by the court administration. Other exempted persons include private medical workers such as doctors, nursing staff, paramedical personnel and individuals associated with hospitals, diagnostic centers, testing laboratories, clinics, pharmacies, pharmaceutical companies and medical oxygen suppliers. This exemption will be given to such people on production of a valid identity card.

Persons arriving or departing from airports, railway stations and inter-state bus terminals will be allowed to travel on production of valid tickets. Only shops selling essential items like grocery, medical equipment, medicine will be allowed to open during the weekend curfew. Restaurants will remain closed but at-home supplies will be allowed. Only home supply of essential goods will be allowed in the e-commerce sector.

Shops will remain closed during curfew

Public parks and gardens will remain closed during the curfew. Only 20 people will be allowed to attend the wedding ceremony and funeral. An official in the south-eastern district said enforcement teams will make regular rounds of railway stations, bus stations, metro stations and markets to ensure that there is no rush and people do not move around unnecessarily.

The official said, “If any non-essential category of shops or establishments are found open during the curfew, the shops will be sealed by pasting notices at the gates. I appeal to the public not to go out during the curfew and help the administration. To stop the spread of the virus.”

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Attendants as well as pregnant women and patients going for medical and health services will be exempted from showing valid identity cards and prescriptions, according to an order issued by the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) on Tuesday. The order states that persons going for testing or taking anti-Covid-19 vaccine will also be allowed to proceed on production of valid identity cards.

District officials said that on production of a ‘soft’ or ‘hard’ copy of the invitation letter, people will be allowed to move in marriage-related programs and only a maximum of 20 people can attend the wedding. He said that the students would also be allowed to go to the examination centers on production of valid admit cards. Officials said that DTC buses and metro trains will run with 100% seating capacity and standing travel will not be allowed.

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