Complete List Of Restrictions In Delhi: What are the restrictions in Delhi during ‘Yellow Alert’? View full list

Complete List Of New Restrictions In Delhi: Given the increasing cases of corona in the capital of the country, restrictions have been announced. The Kejriwal government of Delhi has issued a ‘Yellow Alert’ in the national capital for the time being. In Delhi, ‘Yellow Alert’ is issued when the corona infection rate remains more than 0.5 per cent for two consecutive days. During the Yellow Alert, measures like imposition of night curfew, closure of schools and colleges, the opening of non-essential goods shops on an odd-even basis and halving the seating capacity of passengers in metro and public transport buses come. Delhi Chief Minister Kejriwal said on Tuesday that in July, we had made ‘GRAP’ so that restrictions could be imposed scientifically. Although the Kejriwal government has not yet issued detailed guidelines for Yellow Alert, the restrictions imposed during this period are given below.

When ‘Yellow Alert’ is implemented in Delhi…

• Shops of non-essential services open from 10 am to 8 pm under the odd-even rule.
• Restaurants are ordered to be opened from 8 am to 10 pm with 50 percent capacity.
• Hotels will remain open, banquets and conference halls inside the hotel will remain closed.
• Delhi Metro runs with 50% seating capacity, standing is not allowed.
• Cinema halls, theatres, multiplexes are kept closed. •Auditoriums, assembly halls also remain closed.
• Bars are allowed to open during the day from 12 am to 10 pm – with 50% capacity.
• Weekly markets in the national capital are allowed to open with 50% capacity.
• Entertainment and water parks are kept closed.
• Buses going from one state to another are allowed to run with 50% seating capacity.
• Auto, e rickshaw, taxi and cycle rickshaw are allowed to travel with only 2 passengers.