New Delhi: Due to the increase in COVID in the capital, Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) has imposed a curfew on the campus from 11 pm to 5 am.
“All university stakeholders are notified here that the curfew will be enforced on the campus grounds from 11 pm to 5 am until further orders are given, but no curfew. There are no restrictions on the movement of persons engaged in emergency services, emergency medical care, or supply of goods during the decree.
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The university further stated that people traveling between airports, train stations and ISBT are allowed to travel to create valid tickets.
According to JNU’s notice, stores selling essentials, groceries, fruits and vegetables, dairy and milk booths, medicines and ATMs are allowed to function. Meanwhile, all other stores, school cafeterias and Dava are closed during curfew hours.
JNU has instructed the security branch to ensure that COVID works properly not only in all areas, but also in all stores that offer essential goods and services, such as grocery stores, pharmacies, fruit and vegetable stores. Did.
“You need to make sure that the people who visit these stores are following you closely.
COVID appropriate behavior, wear face masks, maintain social distance, etc.
Be sure to read the JNU notification.
On Tuesday, the Delhi government imposed further restrictions on social, economic and transportation movements in the capital, given the increasing number of cases of Omicron and COVID.
Delhi Prime Minister Alvind Keziwar said on Tuesday that the yellow warning of the Phased Response Action Plan came into effect in the capital from today.
Due to restrictions, the capital has been banned from going out at night between 10 pm and 5 am. Cinema halls, spas, gyms, multiplexes, banquet halls, auditoriums and sports facilities will be closed and take effect immediately.
“The COVID-19 positive rate has exceeded 0.5% in the past few days, so we are implementing Level I (yellow warning) of the Phased Response Action Plan,” the Prime Minister told media today. rice field.
“In the last few days, the number of cases in the capital and the country has increased. Don’t worry, but you need to be careful. Our government is well prepared. The reported cases are It’s mild. Everyone needs to wear a mask to ensure proper social distance, “added the Prime Minister.
The national capital has reported 496 fresh COVID-19 infections in the last 24 hours, thereby recording the highest daily spike since the last 6 months.
https://www.siasat.com/jnu-imposes-night-curfew-on-campus-in-wake-of-rising-covid-cases-in-delhi-2249520/ Following the increase in COVID cases in Delhi, JNU imposes a curfew on campus