Delhi imposes night curfew from Monday due to spike in Covid cases
Officials said the night curfew will kick in under the four-stage Graded Response Action Plan if the positivity rate settles at 0.5 percent for two consecutive days.
Delhi reported 290 fresh coronavirus cases on Sunday, the highest since
Under GRAP, a 'Yellow' alert will come into force if the positivity rate settles at 0.5 percent for two consecutive days
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Night curfew will commence on Monday from 11 PM and last till 5 AM.
The number of active cases stands at 1,103, of which 583 patients are in home isolation.
Curfew from 10 PM to 5 AM will be imposed during Yellow, Amber and Orange alerts. If the 'Red' alert is sounded, there will be "total curfew".
Restaurants will be permitted with 50 percent capacity from 8 AM to 10 PM
Only one weekly market per zone with 50 percent of vendors will be allowed to open.
Marriages and funerals will be allowed with 20 people in attendance while all other types of gatherings will be prohibited.
The Delhi Metro will run at 50 percent seating capacity while auto-rickshaws and cabs can ferry up to two passengers.
Cinema halls, banquet halls, spas, gyms, outdoor yoga activity, amusement parks, stadiums, swimming pools, schools and colleges will not be allowed if the 'Yellow' alert is sounded.