The night curfew in the national capital has been extended from 10pm to 11pm, which will continue till 5am.
The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA), a school, college, coaching institute, gym and spa in Delhi, held a meeting of the top Covid-19 management body in the national capital on Friday to review the Corona epidemic situation. Decided to reopen.
The news agency ANI reported that the night curfew has been reduced by one hour (from 11pm to 5am). Let us know that the graph of COVID19 in Delhi seems to be steadily declining, in view of which DDMA has taken this decision.
The DDMA meeting decided to reopen schools, colleges, coaching institutes and gyms in Delhi. Night curfew reduced by one hour (11pm to 5am): Sources pic.twitter.com/L8bocrtSj7
– ANI (ANI) February 4, 2022
Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia said schools would reopen for classes 9-12 from February 7. Where classes from nursery to 8th grade will resume from 14th February. Hybrid classes will continue. Colleges will reopen on Monday, February 7, and will be asked to discourage their online classes and take offline classes.
Sisodia said all restaurants will now be open until 11 p.m. All government and non-government offices are allowed to operate at 100% capacity. Gym and swimming pools will also be reopened.
Schools will reopen for grades 9-12 from 7 February 8th grade classes from nursery will resume from 14th February. Hybrid classes will continue. Colleges to reopen on Monday, February 7 and discourage them from taking online classes and offline classes: Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia pic.twitter.com/84uXjbB2AA – ANI (ANI) February 4, 2022
Earlier, after the DDMA meeting on January 27, it was decided to remove the weekend curfew and even-even system implemented in Delhi for opening shops. It was said at the time that the DDMA would consider the decision to reopen the school at its next meeting.
The DDMA said marriages would be held with a maximum of 200 people or 50 per cent power. The Delhi government allowed all private offices in the national capital to operate outside the containment zone with 50 per cent attendance.
However, DDMA has advised private offices to reduce office hours, attendance and staffing. DDMA decided to impose curfew in Delhi on Saturday and Sunday to contain the Covid-19 case. In view of the reduction in the number of Kovid-19s in Delhi, it has been decided to relax the restrictions.
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The weekly curfew was enforced from 10pm on Friday to 5am on Monday in the wake of the Covid-19 incident. In the national capital, the number of active cases of coronavirus has dropped by more than 60 percent in the past week.
Over the past few days, the number of cases per day, the rate of infection and many other conditions have improved, but the death toll has not dropped significantly over the past few weeks. According to the data, as of February 2, with an infection rate of 4.73 percent, the daily number of cases stood at 3,028 and the death toll stood at 27. The number of active patients that day stood at 14,870 and the death toll stood at 25,919.