Delhi wears a deserted look as govt imposes night curfew to check COVID-19 surge - In pictures
There are 17,332 active COVID-19 cases in Delhi whereas the infection tally stands at 6,85,062.
The Delhi government on Tuesday (April 6, 2021) announced a night curfew till April 30 to check the COVID-19 spread. The coronavirus cases continued to rise in the national capital as it recorded 5,100 fresh cases and 17 deaths on Tuesday.
Night curfew in Delhi
Delhi wore a deserted look after the Arvind Kejriwal-led government on Tuesday (April 6, 2021) decided to impose a night curfew to curb the COVID-19 spread.
The night curfew has been imposed in the national capital from 10 pm to 5 am till April 30.
(Pictures taken from ANI and IANS)
Delhi is witnessing a sudden surge in COVID-19 cases
Night curfew imposed in Delhi due to rising coronavirus cases
Those exempted from the night curfew include pregnant women, patients, those travelling to and from airports, railway stations, state bus terminus on showing tickets, officials related to the functioning of offices of diplomats, and those holding any constitutional post on the production of valid identity card.
Delhi wears a deserted look as govt imposes night curfew to check COVID-19 surge
COVID-19 night curfew
Officials of district administration, pay and accounts office, electricity, water and sanitation, public transport, disaster management and related services, NIC, NCC and municipal services, and all other essential services will also be exempted from the night curfew on the production of a valid identity card.