Delhi Weekend Curfew: What’s Allowed


Delhi Weekend Curfew: What's Allowed

Coronavirus: Delhi has been witnessing a record surge in Covid cases.

New Delhi:

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today announced a weekend curfew as the national capital sees a record surge in Covid infections. “We need to do something urgently to control the spike in Covid cases. For this, we have taken a decision that there will be a weekend curfew in Delhi. However, let me make it clear, that essential services and those – whose marriage dates and venues are fixed – will be issued special passes,” the Chief Minister said today.

Here’s a list of what’s allowed and what’s not amid the weekend curfew in Delhi:

  • Only essential services to operate
  • Curfew passes for marriages and other permitted activities
  • Gym, pools, malls, to be closed
  • Cinema halls allowed at 30 per cent capacity
  • 1 weekly market allowed per day per zone
  • Only Take-aways; No Dine in restaurants


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