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Omicron in Delhi: In the wake of Omicron disaster, there will be night curfew in Delhi from today, these things will be waived.

List of Night Curfew Exemptions: Night curfew will start in Delhi from today in view of the growing cases of Omicron and Corona. There will be night curfew in Delhi from 11 pm to 5 am, which will remain in force till further notice. However, even during the night curfew, people will get discounts on many things.

These items will have discounts:

    • Discounts on walking to nearby stores to purchase essential items such as food, fruits and vegetables, dairy and dairy products, medicines, etc.
    • Travel will be allowed by making valid ticket from / at Airport / Railway Station / ISBT.
    • Print and TV journalists will be exempted from showing valid identity cards.


  • E-commerce can provide essential items including food items, pharma, medical equipment.
  • Shops, food items, groceries, fruits and vegetables, milk, milk, meat and fish, animal feed, medicines, medicines etc. will also be exempted.
  • Those who are going to be vaccinated with COVID-19 by producing valid identity card and registration form (hard copy or soft copy) will also be exempted from night curfew.

On Monday, Omicron reported a maximum of 156 cases a day in India. Now the number of patients infected with Omicron has increased to 56 in the country. According to the Union Ministry of Health, 151 of the 578 people infected with Omicron have been cured or moved abroad.

Highest Omicron case in Delhi

These incidents of Omicron have been reported in 19 states and union territories. The highest is 142 in Delhi, 141 in Maharashtra, 56 in Kerala, 49 in Gujarat, 43 in Rajasthan and 41 in Telangana. The number of patients has risen to 3,46,93,333 after 6,531 more people were infected with the corona virus in the last 24 hours. Where there are 75,841 active cases. The death toll rose to 4,89,998 with 315 more patients dying during the period. For the past 60 days, daily cases of corona virus have consistently been below 15,000.


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