New Delhi: The havoc of the corona epidemic in the national capital, Delhi, seems to be on the rise once again. In view of this, experts have advised people to take precautions. Experts believe that the pace at which corona cases are on the rise will take Omicron cases to their peak in February next year. That is, the third wave of the corona is expected in February. Meanwhile, Delhi recorded a transition rate of more than 0.50 per cent on Monday. A meeting of top officials will be held today on the rising transition rate in which a decision to impose more restrictions in Delhi is likely to be taken. This will affect schools, metros, bus services as well as gyms, and banquet halls.
Meanwhile, DDMA has issued an order to impose a curfew on Monday morning. It will provide concessions to patients and pregnant women, purchase essential commodities and travel from railway stations, bus stops and airports. Among those exempted from curfew are government officials, judges and judicial officers, medical personnel and media persons involved in emergency services. On the other hand, cinema, multiplexes, theatres, conference rooms, banquet halls, spas and wellness clinics, Yoga institutes and gyms will be closed along with educational institutions on the issue of yellow alert. At the same time, all public transport services including Metro will run at 50% capacity.
Night curfew will be in force in Delhi from 10 pm to 5 am. Shops and shopping malls will be able to open from 10 am to 8 pm on the odd-even formula. Restaurants will open at 50% capacity from 8 am to 10 pm and bars will be opened with 50% capacity from 12 am to 10 pm.