New Delhi: Weekend curfew, meant to curb the spread of rising coronavirus cases, will come into effect across the national capital from 10 PM on Friday. The restrictions will remain in force till Monday 5 AM. Fuelled by the newly emerged Omicron variant, Covid-19 situation is deteriorating with every passing day.
1. Vaccinations will start from 1st May.
2. Registration starts from 28th April.
3. Registration of the vaccinations can be valid for the age group 18 - 45.
4. Registration can be done only online through cowin.gov.in website or aarogyo setu aap.
5. During Registration process one need to complete the general tab in the aap or website then system will ask you to upload his or her Aadhar card or any photo ID card which is mandatory.
In view of rising Covid-19 cases, the Delhi government of Tuesday imposed a night curfew in the national capital from 10 pm to 5 am.
The order will be imposed with immediate effect till April 30.
However, the government said, "there will be no restrictions on traffic movement during the night curfew".
Anyone who cannot work from home should now consider travelling to work if their workplace is open. Employers have a duty to ensure the workplace is safe, and the government says it has given people guidance on how to run a safe working environment.
Delhi government provide two times foods, like daal chawal, rajma chawal, chole chawal, kadi chawal daily from 31 st March to till date. Good effort by the Delhi and central government.
Here four Delhi Civil Defense Volunteers stay for duty.
Kiran, Suchitra, Anand, Nakul 👍👍👍👍
👏 Clapping for amazing help
The lockdown in India, the largest such exercise in the world, may not be enough to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus in the country, former Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan has said.
"This is a serious concern because not only does the lockdown keep people from going to work, it keeps them at home which is not necessarily that pristine isolated place, but can also be a slum where people live together," Rajan said in an interview with Bloomberg.
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