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Delhi imposes Strict restrictions. Know what is allowed and what is not

Lawstreet Journal 12 Jan 2022 8:18pm

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Delhi Disaster Management Authority has decided to impose strict instructions to contain Covid -19. In its meeting of 10th January headed by the Lt. Governor of Delhi, Anil Baijal observed that the covid positivity rate had jumped over 23% during the past few weeks. 

The DDMA through under section 22 of the Disaster Management Act. 2005, restricted certain activities in Delhi. These are as follows. 

1) (i) All Private Offices shall be closed, except those which are falling under the Exempted Category as prescribed in DDMA's GRAPOrder No. 460 dated 08.08.2021 (listed below). The practice of work from home shall be followed. 

(ii) All Restaurants & Bars shall be closed. However, restaurants will be allowed only for home delivery I takeaway of food items.

In case any person is found violating the aforesaid instructions, the defaulting person(s) shall be proceeded against as per the prov1s1ons of section 51 to 60 of the Disaster Management Act 2005 Section 188 of IPC and other applicable laws, besides imposition of fines as per notification of Health & Family Welfare Department, GNCTD. 

This order shall not prohibit any further restrictions I measures imposed by any other Department or Authority or lnst1tut1on empowered under any relevant law to control the spread of COVID-19 virus as well as for any other purpose.

ESSENTIAL GOODS AND SERVICES

Includes the following: 

  1. Hospitals, Diagnostic centres, Clinics, vaccinations, Medical Insurance offices, Pharmacies, Pharmaceutical companies, other medical and health services including supporting manufacturing and distribution units along with their dealers, transport and supply chain. Manufacturing and distribution of… Continue Reading...

    Tagged: Lockdown   Delhi Disaster Management Authority   DDMA  
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