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Delhi Weekend Curfew: Second week of weekend curfew, 55-hour ban continues, know who got exemption and who did not

Delhi Weekend Curfew: A 55-hour weekend curfew has been imposed from 10 pm on Friday night due to the increasing number of cases of corona virus in the national capital of the country. This curfew will end at 5 am on Monday.

This is the second week of the weekend curfew. In such a situation, it has become necessary to know what kind of exemption has been given on Saturday and Sunday. How many people can attend a wedding ceremony? Metro will run or not? What will be open and what will be closed?

government offices will remain closed

The COVID infection rate in Delhi has reached 30 percent, so the decision of weekend curfew taken by DDMA will continue. All government offices will be closed except for all essential services and government employees will work from home. DDMA has also ordered the closure of all private private offices except the offices of essential services. Only people connected with essential services will be able to travel in public transport i.e. metro-buses.

Metro and buses will be run with 100 percent capacity. During this, there will be a gap of 15-20 minutes in the journey time between two trains. The movement of vehicles will continue to bring essential goods, for this there will be no need to make a separate pass. People connected with emergency service will be allowed to move by showing their I-card. Students appearing for the examination will be allowed to move on production of I-card.

Only those who got tested for corona virus have been allowed to move. Media personnel have also been exempted. Passengers going to and from the airport or railway station have been given exemption on showing tickets, while 20 people have been given exemption for attending the wedding ceremony. That is, 20 people can attend the wedding ceremony.

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Judges of Supreme Court, High Courts and District Courts and Tribunals, Judicial Officers have been exempted. Along with this, the advocate going for the court hearing along with the staff members will be allowed to go on production of valid Icard, Service I card, photo entry pass or permission letter issued by the court administration. Doctors, nursing staff, paramedical staff will get exemption on showing I-card. Pregnant women and patients will be allowed to accompany the attendant.

Let us inform that in the last 24 hours, 24,383 new cases of corona virus have been reported in the national capital of the country, Delhi. During this, 34 patients have died and 26,236 patients have been cured. The total number of active cases in the state is 92,273.


Shehnaz is a Corporate Communications Expert by profession and writer by Passion. She has experience of many years in the same. Her educational background in Mass communication has given her a broad base from which to approach many topics. She enjoys writing about Public relations, Corporate communications, travel, entrepreneurship, insurance, and finance among others.
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