Delhi Metro on Tuesday briefly closed entry for New Delhi, Chandni Chowk, Kashmere Gate, Rajiv Chowk and MG Highway stations to make sure social distancing as a part of crowd management measures.
In the meantime, the exit is allowed from all of the stations.
Metro Rail Company (DMRC) mentioned in a collection of tweets. “Entry for New Delhi, Chandni Chowk, Kashmere Gate, Rajiv Chowk and MG Highway has been briefly closed to make sure social distancing as a part of our crowd management measures. Exit is allowed,” tweeted DMRC.
As Delhi enters a 6-day lockdown, DMRC on Monday issued tips and knowledgeable that the metro companies throughout peak hours within the mornings (8 am to 10 am) and in evenings (5 pm to 7 pm), throughout the community, shall be accessible with a headway (frequency) of half-hour.
For the remainder of the day, the metro companies throughout the community shall be accessible with a frequency of 60 minutes. Through the lockdown interval, journey shall be allowed solely as much as 50 per cent seating capability within the Metro.
As many as 240 individuals misplaced their lives to COVID-19 — the highest-ever variety of deaths registered in a single day within the nationwide capital – and 23,686 contemporary coronavirus infections have been reported within the final 24 hours in Delhi.
As per the state well being bulletin of the Delhi authorities issued on Monday night, the whole an infection caseload has reached 8,77,146 with 76,887 lively circumstances. The general COVID-19 casualties in Delhi have soared as much as 12,361.
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