New Year eve restrictions in Delhi: Night curfew & other rules

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  • The country has seen 20 cases of the highly contagious new coronavirus variant until Wednesday
  • To curb the spread of the virus, several states and cities have announced fresh rules

The New Year eve fervour for 2021 is bound to be dulled by reinforcement of restrictions in wake of the new strain of coronavirus which has reached India.

The country has seen 20 cases of the highly contagious variant until Wednesday. To curb the spread of the virus, several states and cities have announced fresh rules, including a ban on large gatherings.

Here are the guidelines announced until this evening for Delhi & Noida:

The Delhi police on Wednesday will release an advisory concerning New Year’s Eve. People have been asked to celebrate the occasion while following all precautionary measures.

Noida has issued an advisory where it has instructed no more than 100 people will be allowed in a single venue.

The Delhi Police have warned the residents against any public events or terrace parties on New Year’s Eve. They have made sure that no function takes place without their permission otherwise the organiser will have to face a hefty penalty. Meanwhile, in Noida, not more than 100 people are allowed at the New Year’s Eve parties. Restaurants, clubs and hotels organising parties in Gautam Budha Nagar will have to take permission from the district magistrate or police commissioner before organising any party or gathering of more than 100 people.

Source: Live Mint & Jagran

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