Corona is not taking the name of the speed of infection. The number of infectives is increasing day by day. The situation in the capital Delhi is also worrying. People are being appealed to fully follow the Corona Protocol, but still not many people are following the rules. In such a situation, after Maharashtra, the Delhi government has also taken strict steps.
‘Night curfew enforced’
In view of the increasing cases of Coronavirus infection in the national capital Delhi, the Delhi government has decided to impose night curfew, official sources have given this information. A government official said, ‘It has been decided to impose the night curfew. The time of curfew will be from ten o’clock in the morning to five in the morning. ‘
Micro-containment zones will be formed
On Monday, Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain said that the areas where more than three cases of Kovid-19 will be registered in a day, those areas will be identified as micro-containment zones. He said that the Delhi government will soon create a micro-containment zone in the national capital to stop the spread of Kovid-19. More emphasis is being placed on the corona test. Satyendra Jain claimed that the state government is taking appropriate measures to prevent corona.
Fines on spitting in public places
Significantly, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Friday that Delhi is facing the fourth wave of infection, but there is no idea of imposing lockdown. However, strictness is being continuously practiced in Delhi. Fines are being filed for breaking the rules, even till the FIR. Action has also been taken on many restaurants and hotels. Also, fines are being imposed on spitting in public places and not wearing masks.
Checking in metro
Adherence to social distancing is also mandatory and any kind of fine in public places may attract a fine or a case. People in the crowded areas, even within the metro, are being identified who are not following the Corona rules properly.