Coronavirus latest news: The Delhi government has announced the implementation of the lockdown for six days from 10 am Monday to 5 am next Monday (April 26) to prevent the spread of the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic. The trend of daily cases of corona in Delhi continues. Although Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that the lockdown would not completely eliminate Covid-19, but it would help in reducing the rate of outbreak of the epidemic. Like last year’s lockdown, some special people will get exemption during lockdown this time too. Know here what are the government guidelines during lockdown.
Coronavirus latest news: The Government guidelines during lockdown.
1.The Government of India, its autonomous/subordinate offices and public sector officers and employees will be exempted from movement on display of valid I-cards and as per the restrictions imposed by the Government of India.
2.Health and Family Welfare and all related medical establishments, Police, Prisons, Home Guards, Civil Defense, Fire and Emergency Services, District Administration, Pay and Account Offices, GAD, Electricity, Water and Sanitation, Public Transport (Air, Railways, Delhi Metro, Buses), municipal services, disaster management and related services, such as those of Delhi / Autonomous Bodies / Corporations, except those involved in essential and emergency services, the offices of the GNCT will remain closed. People connected with these services will have to show valid I-card.
3.Exemption to all judicial officers, employees of staff members (Supreme Court, Delhi High Court, District Court and Tribunal) of all Courts of Delhi.
4.Exemption to all private medical personnel such as doctors, nursing staff, paramedical etc. as well as pharmacies, diagnostics centers, clinics, medical oxygen supply staff.
5.Pregnant women and patients will be allowed to travel with attendants to seek medical / health services. For this, they have to show valid I-card / prescription / medical paper.
6.A person going for the Covid-19 test or vaccination will also be exempt. For this, they have to show a valid I-card.
7.People coming to/from airports, railway stations, ISBT will also get exemption on showing valid tickets.
8.Electronic and print media will be allowed to come to the public to show valid i-cards.
9.Students/people will be allowed to appear in the examination on showing valid admit card.
10.Examination staff posted for exam duty will also be entitled to exemption on showing valid I-card.
11.There will be no restriction on the transportation of essential goods within the state and from one state to another.
12.The Delhi Metro and public buses will continue to operate, but with only 50 percent capacity.
13.Auto and e-Auto are allowed with just two riders. Taxis, cabs can also carry only two passengers.
14.Shops of food, groceries, fruits and vegetables, milk booths, meat and fish, animal feed, pharmaceuticals, spectacles, medicines and medical equipment will remain open. The distribution of newspapers will also continue.
15.Petrol pumps, CNG stations, LPG stations will remain open.
16.Through home delivery / take away restaurants and food shops will be able to deliver food.
17.Religious places will be allowed to open but no visitors are allowed to go there.
According to the report, these points are from the notification issued by the NCT government and are given here for reference purposes only. For accurate and more detailed information, please see the website of the Government of Delhi.