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19 Highlights On What's Allowed & What's Not In Delhi During Lockdown 4.0

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Ever since the nationwide lockdown was announced, heavy restrictions were imposed on all the economic activities, all modes of transportation and even on the movement of people. Recently, lockdown 4.0 was announced and the Delhi’s CM has issued a detailed set of guidelines and restrictions that need to be followed during this time period, so scroll on and find out what’s allowed in Delhi and what’s not.

1. Delhi Metro will be closed till the 31st of May.

2. All places of worship will remain shut and any kind of gathering is prohibited.

3. Schools, colleges and all other educational institutions will stay closed.

4. Car-sharing or carpooling is not allowed.

5. No movement is allowed between 7 PM - 7 AM, except for emergency and essential services.

6. Cinema halls, hotels, gyms, shopping malls, entertainment parks, barbers, salons, theatres, spas, auditoriums and bars will remain closed.

7. Restaurants can only operate for home deliveries as dine-in is not permitted.

8. Only one passenger is allowed in auto-rickshaws, cycle rickshaws and e-rickshaws.

9. 50 guests will be allowed at weddings and 20 people at funerals.

10.Taxis and cabs with 2 passengers are allowed, and pillion riders are not permitted in 2 wheelers.

11. Markets can open on an odd-even basis.

12.Trucks carrying all kind of goods will be allowed.

13. Buses can carry only 20 passengers at one time and the passengers will be screened before boarding the bus.

14. Stadiums and sports complexes can open but bystanders are not allowed.

15. All stand-alone, essential and neighbouring shops can operate.

16. No activity is allowed in containment areas.

17. Industries, private and government offices can function at full strength, but if possible, most employees must work from home.

18. People with co-morbidities, those above the age of 65, pregnant women and children should stay indoors unless absolutely necessary.

19. Wearing a mask at all times when outdoors is mandatory.

Folks, make sure you follow the orders to keep yourself safe.

Sourced Via The Times Of India

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