After Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Odisha and Punjab, the CM Arvind Kejriwal has also imposed a night curfew in Delhi. Check out all other restrictions below!
The new restrictions have given a knock on the doors of Delhiites as Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has imposed a night curfew in Delhi starting from April 6.
In the wake of the Coronavirus cases, Delhi will observe the night curfew between 10 pm to 5, till April 31.
Traffic movement is allowed in Delhi during curfew hours. People can also step out in case of taking the Coronavirus vaccine. However, an e-pass will be mandatory for them.
The retailers and the people in the essential services can travel during the curfew hours with the pass. This will also apply to the media personal working in print and electronic media.
Along with them, the doctors, nurses, and medical staff will be able to move out with their ID cards. The government has also exempted pregnant women and those in need of medical services from the curfew.
To speed up the vaccination drive in Delhi, the government has also ordered to run one-third of the inoculation sites in the hospitals 24×7.
The government had given hints of night curfew on Friday. CM Kejriwal had stated that the nation's capital is dealing with the fourth wave of Coronavirus.
Delhi had recorded 3,458 cases of Coronavirus on Monday with 15 deaths. The total count of Coronavirus cases is 6,79,962 as of now.
Recently, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Odisha, Gujarat and Punjab have also imposed night curfew amid rising cases.