Arvind Kejriwal says to lift Covid-19 norms as cases declines
Hindumetro/New Delhi: Delhi loosens up Covid standards: No night check-in time, challan for not wearing covers decreased to Rs 500. Coronavirus in India: In a gathering on Friday, the DDMA chose to lift the nighttime limitation in the city. It likewise said fines for not wearing veils have been decreased to Rs 500.
The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) chose to lift the night check-in time in the city even as Covid-19 cases keep on declining continuously.
How much challan for not wearing veils has additionally been decreased to Rs 500.
The choice to permit schools to work disconnected from April 1 was additionally taken during the DDMA meeting on Friday.
Also, standing travelers will currently be permitted on transports and metros. Prior, the metro was permitted to work with a 100 percent seating limit.
Additionally, there will be no time limitations on the opening and shutting of cafés in Delhi.
Taking to Twitter, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said, “The DDMA pulled out all limitations as the circumstance improves and individuals face difficulties because of loss of occupations.”