After the sudden hike in cases of coronavirus in India, Delhi Govt on Saturday (April 10) imposed new restrictions to control the spread of infection.

The new restrictions include avoiding public gathering, and allows 50 percent gathering at restaurants, cinemas and public transport and also have come restrictions on functions like funeral and wedding.

RT-PCR negative report not more then 72 hours is also required from air travellers arriving from Maharashtra to Delhi and if found withour negative report will have to remail quarantine for 14 days.

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As per new guidelines all crowding activities like social, sports, entertainment, religious, cultural and all other gatherings in Delhi have been prohibited.

Wedding gathering are allowed upto 50 persons and for fneral upto 20 persons are allowed to attend.

Schools will be closed till further notification in Delhi, but students from class 9 to 12 will be allowed to attend their classes only to provide academc guidance and support to them in mid-term exam / pre-board exam / half-yearly exam and annual exams in all covid protocals.

Government has asked all private offices to change the schedule of employees to Work from Home or call their employees to work on timing where crowd is low.

All Government offices of Delhi shall function with officers of the level of Grade-I /equivalent and above to the extent of 100% of the strength. Remaining staff upto 50 percent can attend as per requirement in the Department.

In his statement Delhi Govt said, "All other activities will be permitted except those which are specifically prohibited/restricted. However, in Containment Zones, only essential activities shall be allowed"

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