New Delhi: The weekend curfew, imposed within the nationwide capital to curb the unfold of covid, started on Friday night time and banned all non-essential actions for the following 55 hours.
The Delhi Catastrophe Administration Authority (DDMA) has imposed curfew on weekends from 10 a.m. Friday to five a.m. Monday by order of January 1.
An official spokesperson of Delhi Metro mentioned that Metro practice companies will proceed to be regulated on weekends (January 15-16) in compliance with the DDMA tips issued final week.
Metro companies and public transport buses will run with full seating capability through the curfew however no standing passengers will probably be allowed.
The practice will probably be out there at ‘Yellow Line’ – Samaypur Badli from Hooda Metropolis Middle and Blue Line (i.e. Dwarka Sec-21 to Noida Digital Metropolis / Vaishali) at a frequency of quarter-hour, the spokesperson mentioned.
On all different strains, trains will probably be out there on 20 minute frequencies through the weekend curfew.
E-passes issued final week for important companies will probably be legitimate through the curfew.
Markets will probably be closed through the week’s curfew, besides for individuals who commerce in important items and companies, similar to groceries, greens and fruits, medicines, milk.
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