A rise in COVID-19 cases has prompted the Delhi government to reintroduce a night curfew. The night curfew is part of the GRADE Plan (GRAP).
The GRAP is activated when the positive rate hits 0.5 percent for two days.
As a result of this, the GRAP plan generates a ‘yellow’ alert. Curfew from 11pm Monday to 5am Tuesday
In a yellow alert, schools and universities close and metro trains have reduced seating capacity. Yellow, Amber, and Orange alerts impose a 10pm-5am curfew. The Red Alert will result in a “total curfew”.
- Services and businesses will be open 10am-8pm.
- Malls are open 10am-8pm.
- One weekly market per zone with 50% merchants may survive.
- Private offices can run at 50% capacity.
- Except for a few departments, only 50% of personnel can work in Delhi.
- Open until 10 p.m. with 50% capacity
- Bars can stay open until 10 p.m. with 50% occupancy.
- 20-person weddings and funerals
- Recreational and educational facilities will be closed.
- No visitors in religious places.
- Open green spaces
- It has been reinstated in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka & Haryana.