All corona restrictions will be removed from Delhi / Night curfew will end from Monday, offline classes will run from April 1

Zoom News : Feb 25, 2022, 02:53 PM
The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has taken several important decisions on Friday in view of the improving situation of Corona in Delhi and the decreasing infection rate in the country's capital. The most important of these is that now the infection rate of Delhi has been reduced to one percent, in such a situation all restrictions related to corona are being removed.

Along with this, the system of night curfew will also end from the coming Monday i.e. February 28. School classes running on hybrid mode for the last two years will also run offline from April 1. The system of online classes will be abolished from April 1.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal informed that, in its meeting, DDMA has decided to remove all corona restrictions from Delhi keeping in mind the improving conditions of the capital, the problems faced by the people and job loss.

From April 1, all schools will run only in offline mode. With this, the fine for not wearing a mask has now been reduced to Rs 500. It has also been decided in the meeting that the restrictions will be lifted but everyone will have to behave properly related to Kovid and the government will also keep a close watch on it.