Weekend curfew ends in Delhi, odd-even rule removed at shops, night curbs will continue

Weekend curfew has been abolished in Delhi. This decision has been taken after the meeting of DDMA. Significantly, the cases of corona in Delhi are decreasing.



New Delhi: Weekend Curfew has ended in Delhi. It has been decided in the meeting of Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) held today and it will be officially announced in a while. It is worth noting that in the meeting, after the decreasing cases of corona in Delhi, the decision to open shops in an odd-even manner has also been abolished. However, night curfew will continue in the state. Curfew will continue from 10 pm to 5 am.


CM Arvind Kejriwal had sent a proposal to Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal to remove the weekend curfew from the state. According to sources, this big decision has been taken in the meeting.

  • Marriage hall will open with 50 percent capacity, and a maximum of 200 people will be allowed.

  • Bars and restaurants can open with 50 percent capacity.

  • The decision to open shops on the lines of odd-even is over.

  • Decision on opening of school in next meeting of DDMA.

  • Urge to continuously adopt measures to avoid corona.


After the decrease in Corona Cases in the capital Delhi, now preparations have started to relax the Weekend Curfew. Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain had said that the situation of corona in the state is under control. He had said that today less than 5 thousand cases will come in Delhi. Apart from this, the corona infection rate in the state will be less than 10 percent.


Also got discount for marriage ceremony

Due to Corona, only 20 people were allowed in the wedding ceremony, but DDMA has announced a relaxation in the number of guests attending the wedding. Now a maximum of 200 guests can attend the wedding.