73 new cases of Omicron have been reported in the capital Delhi and the total number of cases so far has gone up to 238. During 24 hours, Delhi has reported the highest number of Omicron cases so far. At the same time, 57 patients of Omicron have been discharged from the hospital after recovery. According to Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain, the COVID19 positivity rate is around 1 per cent with 496 new cases reported. Corona cases have increased due to the arrival of international flights. Not a single Omicron patient has needed oxygen support so far.
On the other hand, strictness has been increased in Delhi-NCR to curb the cases of Omicron and Corona virus infection. With the implementation of Yellow Level-1 of Grape, several restrictions have been imposed in Delhi from Wednesday, while in Faridabad, adjacent to Delhi, people will have to leave their homes only after taking a certificate of vaccination.
An important meeting of the Delhi Disaster Management Authority has also been called on Wednesday afternoon, in which senior officials including Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal and CM Arvind Kejriwal will be involved.
After the resurgence of Covid cases in the country’s capital Delhi, it has been decided by the government to run public transport with 50 percent capacity. Along with this, since Wednesday morning, Delhi Metro is filling up with 50 percent seating capacity. Huge crowds are also seen outside several metro stations. At the same time, at the Delhi Mandi House metro station, a person told that there was a line inside the metro. There was some problem but the government has taken a good decision.
The rule also applied in buses
At the same time, a bus driver in Delhi said that the crowd is so much that it is difficult to count the passengers. There is a driver ahead in the vehicle, due to which the risk of infection is high.
Leave the house in Faridabad only after taking the certificate of vaccine
On the other hand, the district administration is in action mode after the increasing cases of corona in Faridabad district adjoining Delhi and the emergence of new variant Omicron. Vaccination is considered to be an infallible weapon to protect against corona, but those who are still indifferent to get it, they should be alert and leave the house only after keeping the vaccination certificate in pocket or saving it in mobile, otherwise the administration The team will show them the way home.
The ruling Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi has announced a number of new restrictions on Tuesday. Similar announcements have also been made in the cities of NCR of UP and Haryana. Various restrictions have come into force in Delhi from Wednesday. Let us tell what restrictions have been imposed in the cities of Delhi-NCR against corona virus infection and the new variant of corona, Omicron, and which exemptions will continue.
What is closed and what will remain open in Delhi
- There will be night curfew in Delhi from 10 pm to 5 am, but after that there will be exemption from restrictions in the day. Will open. Restaurants will open with 50 percent seating capacity. There will also be restrictions on opening and closing. Bars will also open with 50 percent seating capacity, but the rule will have to be followed from 12 noon to 10 pm. Cinema halls will be closed. Multiplex has also been announced to be closed. Banquet Halls and auditoriums will also be closed. Hotels will remain open, but banquet halls and conference halls inside the hotel have been announced to be closed. Salons and beauty parlors will open. Spa, gym, yoga institute and entertainment park will be closed. Schools, colleges and educational institutions as well as coaching institutes will be closed. Sports complexes will be closed. Stadiums and swimming pools will also be closed. Private / private offices will be allowed to open from 9 am to 5 pm with 50 percent capacity. Delhi Metro will run with 50 percent seating capacity. Buses will also run with 50 percent seating capacity.
New restrictions imposed, Yellow Alert came into force
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced the new restrictions in a digital press conference on Tuesday afternoon after an important meeting. Under this, he announced a yellow alert in Delhi. He told that Delhi has 0.5 percent positivity rate during the last few days. Due to this, Level-1 of Graded Response Action Plan i.e. Yellow Alert is being implemented in Delhi.
Schools closed with new restrictions
With the increase in air pollution, the increasing cases of corona have also increased the concern of the Delhi government, in such a situation, winter holidays have been declared for children from nursery to class 5 in government schools of Delhi. According to the announcement, there will be a winter holiday in the capital Delhi from January 1 to January 15 next year.
It is necessary to wear a mask, otherwise you will have to pay Rs 2000 challan
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that there is no need to panic in view of the increasing threat of corona virus. Along with this, he has also appealed to the people to wear masks. Explain that there is a provision of challan of Rs 2000 in Delhi for not wearing a mask. During the last few days, an challan of Rs 2 crore has been collected in Delhi for not applying masks.
They were banned after the Yellow Alert
- Night curfew will continue. Schools and colleges will remain closed. Non-essential goods shops will open on odd-even basis. The seating capacity of passengers in metro trains and public transport buses will be half. That is to say, travel can be done in buses and metro with 50 percent seating capacity.
Explain that in view of the increasing cases of Covid-19 and Omicron, Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has imposed night curfew since Monday. This will continue till further orders. Under this, there will be a night curfew every day from 11 pm to 5 am.
Strictness also happened in the cities of UP adjacent to Delhi
Night Curfew: Night corona curfew has come into effect from December 25 in the cities of UP adjoining Delhi, Noida, Greater Noida, Hapur and Ghaziabad. Under this, night curfew is being implemented every night from 11 am to 5 am.
Schools not closed in UP
Where schools have been closed in view of Corona in Delhi and Haryana, so far the UP government has not announced the closure of schools.
The number of guests limited in the wedding ceremony: With the Covid protocol, only a maximum of 200 guests will be able to attend indoor and outdoor events like weddings. A condition has also been added to this that the organizers will inform the local administration. If the number of guests increases, then legal action will be taken, including arrest.
If there is no mask, then no goods: The Yogi Adityanath government has decided to take strict action in view of the negligence among the people regarding masks. Under this, traders are also being made aware in the markets with the message of ‘no masks or no goods’. It has been said that no shopkeeper should give goods to the customer without a mask. Masks have been made mandatory for everyone in the streets and markets.
These rules came into force in Haryana
Many restrictions imposed in Gurugram, Sonipat, Palwal and Faridabad
According to the guidelines issued by the Haryana government, till January 5, many restrictions have been implemented. Under this, night curfew is being implemented daily from 11 am to 5 am. During this time there will be a ban on the movement of people on the roads. Apart from this, people will have to explain the reason when they come out of the houses.
Only 200 guests will be able to attend the wedding ceremony
Only 200 to 300 people are allowed to gather in events like indoor and outdoor wedding ceremonies. Along with this, it is mandatory to follow the corona protocol. During this, along with following the rule of physical distance, it will be necessary to wear a mask etc. From Saturday i.e. January 1, only fully vaccinated staff will be allowed to enter all public offices in Haryana.
Rules have to be followed in bars, spas and restaurants
Covid protocol will have to be followed in restaurants, bars, spas, cinemas, club houses, gyms. Especially it will be the responsibility of the restaurant or bar management to follow the rules of physical distance.
College students will come but corona protocol will have to be followed
Students can be called for physical classes, but except for the university staff, all students will have to be fully vaccinated. Under the orders of the Haryana Government, ITI coaching institutes, training centers, shops etc. can also be opened under the compliance of Corona-compliant behavior.
Night curfew imposed in cities adjacent to Delhi
Along with Noida, Greater Noida and Ghaziabad adjoining Delhi, night curfew continues from 11 pm to 5 am daily in Gurugram, Faridabad, Palwal and Sonipat as well. Section-144 is also effective in Noida and Ghaziabad.