Corona infection has once again started to spread. Restrictions are now in place after some days of laxity after the lockdown. Many parts of the country have become major hotspots of Corona. The capital Delhi is also one of them and this is why its impact is visible on the entire NCR. Fear among people has increased so much that they have started migrating once again. A large number of travelers can be seen at the railway stations of Delhi who want to return to their states. On the other hand, the administration has also become cautious and strict rules are being tightened for this. In this sequence, a new guideline can be issued by the administration regarding the night curfew in Noida and Ghaziabad today.
Night curfew and restrictions are in place for the prevention of corona across the country. In such a situation, there will be many questions in your mind and you will want to know about the guideline of your respective field. Let us tell you what rules are required to be strictly followed in Delhi and surrounding areas when you go out these days.
All school colleges have been ordered to be closed. But the schools where only the practical examinations are going on will be open.
Public events and weddings can include 200 people in the open space and 100 people in the closed space.
Night curfew will remain in force from 10 am to 5 am till 30 April.
It is mandatory to wear a mask even if you are alone in the car.
In Noida, cases of infection have been increasing rapidly for the last few days. To avoid this, the administration has appealed to follow social distance, apply masks and take care of cleanliness. Currently, Section 144 has been implemented in the district.
The decision may come today after the District Magistrate's meeting on the closure of night curfew and secondary schools.
So far, 27707 coronas have been infected in Ghaziabad. Night curfew can be imposed in the district if it is not strong.
13 areas of the city have been declared as red zones.
Action can occur when walking in public places without a mask.
Section 144 has also been implemented in Ghaziabad, but more strictness is expected to be implemented today.
School colleges are currently open in the district, although it is mandatory to follow the Corona-related guidelines.
Public events and weddings allow 500 people to join in the open space and 200 people in the closed space.
At present, no thought has been taken to impose a night curfew in the district. The administration has said that the decision of the night curfew will be taken by the Disaster Management Authority.
It is permitted to have 500 people in open spaces and 200 people in closed spaces in public functions and weddings.