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Delhi Lockdown: What's allowed and what's not - Full List

The lockdown will be imposed in Delhi from 10 pm today. Know what are the things allowed, and what's not

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New Delhi Updated on: April 19, 2021 17:21 IST
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Delhi lockdown: Here are what's allowed, what's not 

Delhi Covid-19 lockdown: Amidst worsening Covid-19 situation in Delhi, the Kejriwal government has imposed a complete lockdown in the national capital from Monday night. The restrictions will remain in place till next Monday morning (April 26). The decision was taken during a meeting attended by Kejriwal, L-G Anil Baijal and other officials. The government has, however, exempted essential services during the lockdown period. All private and government offices have been asked to work remotely.

Delhi Lockdown: What's allowed and what's not

- Ration shops, fruit and vegetable shops, milk and meat shops 

- Medical Store, News Paper Hawker

- Banks, ATMs, Insurance Offices, SEBI Offices

READ MORE: 'Don't leave Delhi during lockdown': CM Kejriwal appeals to migrant workers 

- Telecom, Internet services, cable service

- Delivery of essential goods 

- Petrol Pump, CNG Pump, Gas Agency

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Delhi Lockdown: What's allowed and what's not

- Private security service

- Essential services will only operate 

- Units producing essential commodities

- Restaurant Delivery

- Supply of water and electricity

- Religious places will remain open but devotees are not allowed to go. 

- Malls, gyms, spas, auditoriums will remain closed 

- The restaurants will not be allowed dine-in facility

- People attending weddings in the state to be given e-passes to facilitate movement. Only 50 people will be allowed  

- No restriction on people traveling to railway stations, airport 

- Cinema halls will operate with 30% capacity during weekdays and will remain closed on the weekends

- Enforcement of COVID norms will be strictly implemented in public places

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