New Delhi: A 6-day lockdown has been announced in the national capital to curb the uncontrolled second wave of Coronavirus. According to the order of Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, the lockdown restrictions came into force from 10 pm on Monday, which will continue till 5 am in the early hours of next Monday i.e. 26 April. During this, which people will be allowed movement and work, and not of whom, let us know …
Allowing these people conditional movement
- During the lockdown in Delhi, the Government of India and officers of its autonomous or subordinate offices and PSUs will be allowed to visit and display a valid ID card. At the same time, Delhi government offices, autonomous bodies, corporations etc. will remain closed. However, health and family welfare and all related health establishments will remain open only during the lockdown.
- Police, Jail, Home Guards, Civil Defense, Fire Brigade, Emergency Services, District Administration, Payments and Accounts Office and Services, General Administration Department, Water and Sanitation, Public Transport (Air, Railways, Delhi Metro) etc. With this, all judicial officers and office workers of the courts of Delhi will be allowed to show a valid ID card, service identity card and pass issued by the court administration.
- All private medical personnel such as doctors, nurses and paramedical etc. will be allowed to travel. Employees associated with hospitals, investigation centres, testing labs, clinics, drug stores, pharmaceutical companies, medical oxygen supplies, etc., will be allowed to move by showing valid identity cards.
Have a doctor’s paper in the emergency case
Pregnant women, patients and their relatives will have to show valid identity card, doctor’s consultation, medical paper to go to the health centre. Electronic and print media personnel will be allowed to travel by showing valid identity cards. Students going to take the exam will have to show a valid admit card. Also, the personnel posted on examination duty will be allowed to move by showing valid identity cards. In the marriage program, 50 people will be allowed to show the wedding card and only 20 people will be able to attend the funeral.
Who needs an e-pass?
Foodstuff shops, grocery stores, fruits and vegetables, dairy and milk products, meat and fish, animal feed, drug dealers, newspaper distribution, banks, insurance offices and ATMs, telecommunications, Internet services, broadcasting and cable services, People connected with petrol pumps, LPG, CNG, petroleum and gas retail and storage centres, water supply, energy production, home delivery of food, etc., will be allowed to show movement e-pass.
Auto-cab allowed conditional operation
Religious places will remain open, but devotees will not be allowed to enter. At the same time, Delhi Metro and public buses will run with 50 per cent capacity. Also, auto-rickshaws, taxis, cabs, rural services and hurried services will be allowed to operate with only 2 passengers and maxi cabs with 5 passengers. Similarly, only 11 passengers have been allowed to sit in RTV.