Yellow alert in delhi:- Know what is allowed and what is not allowed

Schools, colleges and educational institutions will remain closed. Private offices will be allowed to work with 50% capacity. Cinemas, multiplexes, banquet halls and auditoriums will remain closed.

Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal had held meeting with officials and announced yellow alert in the capital as per GRAP
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The Chief Minister of Delhi Arvind Kejriwal has announced yellow alert in delhi amid rising cases of Covid-19. He said that Graded Response Action Plan (GRAP) was made to control the Covid-19 situation. According to this plan, if positivity rate remains 0.5% for two consecutive days then yellow alert is need to be implemented in the capital.

For two or three days, positivity rate is 0.5% in delhi that’s why yellow alert is implemented. He further said that Cases are rising but no need to panic because most of the cases are asymptomatic or mild symptoms. There is no need for oxygen, ventilators and ICUs.

Delhi is ten times more prepared if any worst condition arises but our main motive is to control Covid-19 and don’t let it spread. There is need to follow Covid-19 norms like wearing mask, social distancing and washing hands on regular basis.

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CM said that avoid going into crowds and wear mask while going outside otherwise complete lockdown will be the option which is not good for us.

What is allowed and what is not allowed in yellow alert?

》Schools, colleges and educational institutions will remain closed.

》Private offices will be allowed to work with 50% capacity.

》Gyms, spas, yoga institutions will remain closed.

》Cinemas, multiplexes, banquet halls and auditoriums will remain closed.

》Delhi metros will run with 50% seating capacity.

》Religious places will remain open but devotees will not be allowed.

》Restaurants and bars will remain open with 50% capacity.

》Salons and beauty parlours will remain open.

》Only 20 persons will be allowed to attend weddings and funerals.

》Shops and malls with non-essential services will open under the odd-even rule.

》Sports complexes, stadiums and swimming pools to be closed.

》Buses going from one state to other will run with 50% seating capacity.

》Only two persons will be allowed to travel in e-rickshaws, autos, cycle-rickshaws and taxi.

Delhi government has imposed night curfew on December 27 from 11 pm to 5 am in view of rising Covid-19 cases. Delhi has been witnessing more than 300 cases for two consecutive days. New year celebrations have also been banned in the capital.

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