COVID-19 cases are once again increasing through India, the exception of the third wave of the Coronavirus is on the way, except God no one knows what will happen in the upcoming weeks. The nation capital Delhi has imposed some restrictions for the individual as well as groups, companies, institutions, etc. In this article, we are going to share Delhi Covid Restrictions 2023 new rules and regulations, be with the article till the end.
Delhi Covid Restrictions 2023
28 December 2022
On Tuesday new Covid Restrictions were announced by the Delhi Government, and the government has ordered to shut down all the cinema halls, spas, gyms, and multiplexes in the city.
- Now, the Night curfew has been implemented from 10 P.M. to 05:00 AM.
- Delhi Metro, restaurants, and bars will remain open at 50% seating capacity.
- Social, political, cultural, religious and festival events will be totally prohibited.
- Marriages and funerals will be allowed with only 20 persons.
- Religious places i.e. Mosques, temples, etc, will open but the citizens will not be allowed.
27 December 2022
Amid the fear of a third wave of COVID-19 Delhi Government’s Delhi Disaster Management Authority has imposed a night curfew from 11:00 PM to 05:00 AM. The restriction will be in use till the further orders, Omicron has once again threatened India and its citizens, if in the upcoming situation goes more worse then may gone in the another lockdown.
Delhi Disaster Management Authority has stated that only exempted individuals can visit the metro station or walkin into public transport buses during the night curfew.
|COVID-19 Restrictions (As of 27 December 2022)||
|Restriction implemented by||Delhi Disaster Management Authority|
|Restrictions come into use from||27 December 2022 (Monday)|
|The restriction will be remain in use||Till the further order|
|COVID-19 active cases||1289 (As on 28 December 2022)|
|Individuals exempted from the restriction||Government officials, judges and judicial officers, medical personnel, pregnant women, patients, people going on foot to buy essential items, media persons, and people going to or returning from railway stations, bus stops, and airports.|
Delhi’s schools and colleges were closed for a few weeks and will remain closed till the further order of Delhi Disaster Management Authority.
Every individual and organization is strongly recommended to adopt the standard operating protocols related to COVID-19, this is good that more than 80% of the population is vaccinated, but we need to adopt the SOPs strictly to don’t be caught by the virus.
Delhi COVID-19 Fatality Rate
On 27 December 2022 Delhi has recorded 331 cases of COVID-19 which is a large increase in the last seven months, the Nation Capital has a taste positivity rate (TPR) of 0.68% which is above 0.5%. Since the last two day, the TPR has gone above the 0.5% which means it qualifies for Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP) yellow alert.
As on 28 December 2022 the capital Delhi has 1289 active cases of COVID-19. Some individuals i.e. government officials, judges and judicial officers, medical personnel, pregnant women, patients, people going on foot to buy essential items, media persons, and people going to or returning from railway stations, bus stops, and airports are exempted from the restriction.
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