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DMRC Issued Guidelines Regarding Delhi Metro

The new restrictions came into force with immediate effect soon after the new norms announced by DDMA. There were long queues in the morning.

Standing travel is not allowed in Delhi Metro

Implemented in view of increasing cases of Kovid-19 in Delhi. In view of the new restrictions, long queues of people seen outside various metro stations here on Wednesday morning. In view of the new restrictions imposed by the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) due to rising infection cases, Delhi Metro train services will operate with 50 percent seat capacity and standing travel will not be allowed. Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) said on Tuesday. In view of the latest guidelines issued by the Delhi Government to deal with COVID-19 in Delhi, travel inside the Metro will be allowed under certain restrictions.

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Entry into metro stations controlled by limiting the number of gates to ensure compliance with the guidelines. It also informed by Delhi Metro that instead of 712 metro gates, only 444 gates will remain open till further orders.

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s announcement

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had announced a ‘yellow’ alert in Delhi on Tuesday as the cases of Kovid-19 increased in the city. The ‘yellow’ alert includes measures such as imposing night curfew, closing schools and colleges, opening non-essential goods shops on an odd-even basis, and halving passenger seating capacity in metro trains and public transport buses. officials said on Tuesday. ,

According to the Union Health Ministry

So far 781 cases of ‘Omicron’, a new form of coronavirus, have been reported in India. Out of which 241 people have become infection-free or have gone to other places. These cases reported in 21 states and union territories. Delhi has reported the highest number of 238 cases followed by Maharashtra with 167, Gujarat 73, Kerala 65, and Telangana 62. On Tuesday, 496 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported in the national capital, which is the highest number of cases reported since June 4. At the same time, one person died due to infection. The rate of infection in Delhi is 0.

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