Night curfew in Delhi from today: Night curfew is being implemented in Delhi from Monday, which will be from 11 pm to 5 am.
Night curfew in Delhi from today: In the national capital, Delhi, 290 new cases of corona virus have been reported in the last 24 hours. At this time one patient died. Meanwhile, the Arvind Kejriwal government has announced a night curfew from Monday. Night curfew will continue in Delhi from 11 pm to 5 am tonight.
Following the second wave of the coronavirus, the Delhi government in July prepared a “Graded Response Action Plan” (GRAP) to deal with a possible third wave. Alerts have been created at 4 levels under GRAP.
According to GRAP, if the rate of infection remained 0.5% for 2 consecutive days, then level-1 i.e. yellow alert would have been implemented in Delhi under GRAP. At the same time, if it is more than 1%, level-2 means amber alert. Level-3 i.e. orange alert will be issued if it is more than 2% and level-4 i.e. if it is more than 5% red alert will be issued.
At the same time, officials said that if the positivity rate remains at 0.5 percent for two days, a night curfew under Level 4 GRP would apply.
This prohibition will apply
Yellow alerts will include night curfews, school and college closures, non-essential items shops and the operation of metro trains with 50 percent capacity.
Yellow, amber and orange night curfew on alert
Night curfew in Yellow, Amber and Orange will be from 10pm to 5am. There will be a complete lockdown if a red alert is issued. Curfew on Red Alert is fully effective.
Yellow (Level-1) warning will be issued if positivity rate exceeds 0.5 percent. Or the new case will increase by 1,500 or the occupancy of the oxygen bed will reach 500. Permission for construction activities and opening of necessary shops will be included during the Yellow Alert.
Delhi Night Curfew: Night curfew in the capital from 11pm to 5am amid rising Kovid-19 cases
Unnecessary goods and services shops, establishments and malls will be allowed to open from 10 am to 8 pm under odd-even formula. Weekly markets will be allowed to open. However, the number of shopkeepers will be 50 percent. The restaurant will be allowed to open from 8 am to 10 pm. Similarly, bars with 50 per cent capacity will be allowed to open from 12 noon to 10 pm.
All other types of gatherings will be banned and 20 people will be allowed to attend weddings and funerals. Only two people will be allowed to travel in autorickshaws and cabs. According to GRAP, buses will run with 50 percent capacity.
If the yellow alert is issued, cinemas, multiplexes, theaters, conference rooms, banquet halls, spas and wellness clinics, yoga institutes and gyms will be closed. Religious places will remain open, but no one will be allowed to go. Parks and gardens may also be open. Private sector offices can be open with 50 per cent capacity.
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States like Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana and Karnataka have also imposed night curfews in the wake of the growing number of Omicron cases.